Sharon Nelson, left, watches fellow e-discovery lawyer Bruce Olson during their March 29 presentation on case discovery at the American Bar Association’s Techshow in Chicago. Attorneys need to be aware of potential ethical obligations, Olson and Nelson said, in considering whether to use e-discovery in small cases.
A bill that would eliminate the ability of employees to sue for compensatory or punitive damages in Wisconsin state court is headed to Gov. Scott Walker, who is expected to sign the measure.
In the wake of sweeping tort reform changes enacted in Wisconsin earlier this year, state Democratic legislators have proposed new legislation that would undo or revise the changes.