Out and About with GRGB
Josh Gimbel is New Board Chair of The Jewish Home and Care Center Foundation
The Jewish Home and Care Center Foundation’s mission is to provide the Jewish community with those services that enable our seniors or infirm to be part of a quality Jewish environment with comfort, meaning, independence and dignity. We provide three outstanding choices for Jewish senior living: Jewish Home and Care Center, Chai Point Senior Living and Sarah Chudnow Community.
Max T. Stephenson speaks at Greater Milwaukee Association of Legal Professionals
Max T. Stephenson spoke at the Greater Milwaukee Association of Legal Professionals meeting on “General Updates in Family Law”.
What do I need to bring to the polling station to vote on election day? How do I register to vote? Can I get involved?
There's a lot of questions surrounding what citizens (and lawyers) need in order to participate in the electoral process. Thankfully, Emily I. Lonergan of Gimbel, Reilly, Guerin & Brown LLP, shares answers to commonly asked election law questions.
Lonergan presented "Election Law for Lawyers" at the 2016 Wisconsin Solo & Small Firm Conference, Oct. 20-22.
Josh Gimbel Appointed Chair of the Milwaukee Bar Association’s Foundation
GRGB’s Joshua L. Gimbel has been appointed Chair of the MBA’s Foundation. The Milwaukee Bar Association Foundation was created on December 7, 1994. The Foundation is organized and operated exclusively to perform and carry out charitable and educational functions and purposes of the Milwaukee Bar Association, including the advancement of jurisprudence and the promotion of the administration of justice in the State of Wisconsin through education and scientific research.
To this end, the current signature project of the Milwaukee Bar Association Foundation is the Milwaukee Justice Center, a collaborative project between the Milwaukee Bar Association, The Milwaukee Bar Foundation, Milwaukee County, and Marquette University Law School. The underlying philosophy of the project is that self-represented litigants have a fundamental right to access the justice system even if they cannot afford an attorney or do not qualify for legal aid.
Patrick Knight writes article for State Bar of Wisconsin’s Health Law Section
Patrick Knight's article has been published in the October edition the Wisconsin Health Law News about physicians and how they are being affected by the Controlled Substance Act.