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Out and About with GRGB

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.

Read it here - When Medical Judgment Ceases to be Medicine: Federal Prosecution of Physicians Under the Controlled Substance Act

Raymond Dall'Osto Presents Lecture at Marquette University Law School

On December 5, 2009, Attorney Dall'Osto presented a lecture at the 30th Annual Conference on Recent Developments in Criminal Law at the Marquette University Law School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, entitled "Auto Searches and the Impact of Arizona v. Gant."

Patrick Knight speaks at Health Law Seminar

Attorney Patrick Knight spoke at a health law seminar entitled "A GPS For Health Law" which was presented by the Wisconsin Medical Society's Office of General Counsel and the Health Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin (June 2011). Attorney Knight moderated a panel of attorneys in a discussion on the "Risks and Pitfalls of Prescribing Controlled Substances."

Kathryn Keppel serves as panelist on the topic of “Clarifying E-Filing.”

On September 29, 2009, Attorney Kathryn Keppel was a panelist for a MBA/Bench Bar Court of Appeals Committee Seminar presenting the topic "Clarifying E-filing."

Raymond Dall'Osto speaker at Continuing Legal Education Program

Raymond Dall'Osto speaks to Wisconsin attorneys at continuing legal education (CLE) programs in December 2009.

Franklyn Gimbel appears on WUWM Milwaukee Lake Effect show

On September 21, 2009, Attorney Frank Gimbel appeared on the WUWM Milwaukee Lake Effect show to discuss the history and role of the Milwaukee Theatre and its 100 years in the Milwaukee community.

Raymond Dall'Osto presents lecture at Wisconsin Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Annual Seminar

On December 12, 2009, Attorney Dall'Osto presented a lecture at the Wisconsin Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Annual Seminar in Madison, Wisconsin, entitled "Swinging the Sword of Justice - Ethically and Effectively." Attorney Dall'Osto then joined a panel of presenters, including UW-Law School Prof. Michele LaVigne, Kentucky Public Advocate Atty. Jeremy Rogers, State Bar Ethics Counsel Tim Pierce and Ed Burnette of Chicago, who is chairman of the national Council of Chief Defenders. The panel addressed the continuing ethical problems inherent with low budgets for indigent defense, unrealistically high caseloads for staff public defenders, and extremely low pay for private bar attorneys appointed to represent indigent criminal defendants. The panel interacted with the audience on the legal and political action needed to address such and brain-stormed possible strategies.

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