The Most Common Types of Work Visas (and When You’ll Need Them)

In today’s global economy, many U.S. businesses want to draw upon the diverse talents of an international workforce by hiring highly-skilled or highly-educated foreign nationals.  Or, some businesses need foreign workers when there are not enough U.S. workers who are able, willing, qualified, and available to do the work.  Likewise, there are many foreign nationals […]

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Not Playing Games

This year marks the 35th anniversary of the movie ‘War Games.’ The film stars Matthew Broderick as David, a bright student who applies his talents to hacking into his school’s computer to change his grades rather than studying and earning the grades honestly. Showing off for his love interest Jennifer, played by Ally Sheedy, David […]

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Not Just a Role

One of my favorite TV shows is ‘Law & Order: Special Victims’ Unit.’ A spinoff of the original ‘Law & Order’ and ‘Homicide: Life on the Street,’ SVU debuted in 1999 and dealt with sensitive subject matter based on real life events that were “ripped from the headlines.” Surprisingly, SVU is still on the air […]

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McCarty Law Step Up Challenge Winter 2018

This long winter did not stop the McCarty Law team from getting in their steps. Hosted by the office Wellness Committee, more than 25 steppers accepted the challenge to reach 10,000 daily steps and a bonus challenge of drinking 6-8 glasses of water per day through the months of February and March. The competition was […]

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Eye Contact

I got glasses when I was in the first grade. While they made me look nerdy, I had to wear them to see. When I got to fifth grade, however, I got new glasses with transition lenses, meaning my regular glasses turned into sunglasses when I stepped outside. I thought I was going to look […]

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Get to Know Us: Angela Rust

Where do you live? Oshkosh Where are you from? Kaukauna My legal practice… Helps physicians and other health care providers and the companies they own.  My work involves contract drafting and review, analysis of regulations like HIPAA, Stark, and the Anti-Kickback Statute, and working with my clients to make sure they have proactive legal strategies […]

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The Itch to go to Court

This year, my NCAA bracket didn’t look too hot. As always, I chose with my heart by picking UWGB’s Tony Bennett-led Virginia to win the national championship. Joining the Cavaliers in the Final Four, I went Big Ten by choosing Michigan, Michigan State and Purdue. At least I got Michigan right. Virginia will go down […]

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(Yet Another) Update to Wisconsin’s Landlord-Tenant Laws

(Yet Another) Update to Wisconsin’s Landlord-Tenant Laws There have been numerous changes to Wisconsin’s landlord-tenant laws over the past several years, many of which have been welcomed by landlords. Another set of changes, found in 2017 Wisconsin Act 317 went into effect yesterday. The Act provides further practical directives for the handling of certain issues that […]

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Not Mint Condition

When we were kids, my buddy, Pearl, and I loved to go to the movies. Back then we could buy our ticket, some candy and a soda for $5. I would usually buy Milk Duds, but Pearl favored Junior Mints. Because we were huge Milwaukee Bucks fans, Pearl would bring a pen to the theater […]

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