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April 2018 Archives

Crawford Elected Dane County Judge

Congratulations to Pines Bach partner, Susan Crawford, who was elected on April 3 to be a Dane County Circuit Court judge. She will start her new position on August 1. Crawford is an outstanding attorney and wonderful colleague who has done great work at Pines Bach. She will be a wonderful addition the judiciary.

Westerberg Pens Op-Ed for The Wisconsin State Journal

The Wisconsin State Journal published an op-ed by Pines Bach partner, Christa Westerberg, entitled "Government Policies Put Public Health At Risk" which described numerous instances where local and state government agencies in Wisconsin have kept their employees from notifying the public about health risks. Read the full article here: http://host.madison.com/wsj/opinion/column/christa-westerberg-government-policies-put-public-health-at-risk/article_ef1fa4eb-0bb4-5bea-a14d-b6bde411f456.html

Dumas & Pines Settle Civil Rights Claim against State Rep. Kooyenga

Attorneys Aaron Dumas and Lester Pines settled a civil rights claim against Wisconsin State Representative, Dale Kooyenga, with the State of Wisconsin paying $30,000 in damages for Kooyenga's theft of a sign with a proper permit that had been displayed in the rotunda of the Wisconsin State Capitol. Kooyenga took the sign because he objected to its criticism of President Trump and his supporters. Commenting on the settlement, Lester Pines was quoted in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: "We are pleased with the settlement because it is an acknowledgment by Rep. Kooyenga that he violated the Eighth Commandment-thou shall not steal."

Pines Bach Mourns the Death of Cheryl Rosen Weston, Founding Partner

Cheryl Rosen Weston, one of the founders of Pines Bach, died on March 23rd. Cheryl became a lawyer in 1971 and helped found the firm in 1979. She was one of the "new wave" of women who entered law school and the practice of law in the late 1960's and early 1970's who dramatically changed the composition of the profession. To pursue other interests, especially her desire to teach law, Cheryl stopped being a partner in 1991. At the time of her death, she was a Distinguished Lecturer at the University of Wisconsin Law School, having taught a generation of law students there.

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