The WI Supreme Court has now created a “Temporary Mailbox Rule” for those attorneys who do not have access to the Court System’s eFiling system.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has issued an order that allows attorneys to file notices of appearances, motions and responses to motions by email in the Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court.
For someone to be able to call their lawyer and unburden themselves with even one issue on their to-do list provides them a tremendous amount of relief from the stress they are feeling.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has extended an order on Appellate Court operations and Appellate Court filing deadlines. The original order was issued March 17, 2020. The Court is extending the Order through May 22, 2020.
Beginning April 3, 2020, small businesses and sole proprietorships can apply for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans.
The challenges of attorneys working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic is a top priority for the State Bar of Wisconsin. The April 2020 issue of the Bar’s bi-weekly newsletter InsideTrack offers some great articles and resources.
Now, with the coronavirus pandemic keeping most of us working at home, it is even more important that you keep your clients informed.
Legal services are “essential” under the Wisconsin’s “Safer at Home” order concerning the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court is easing some of the CLE rules for lawyers. More on-demand, stay-at-home options are now available, due to the current health emergency.
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