Lawsuit, Woo!

When we were kids, my buddy, Pearl, and I used to watch National Wrestling Association matches every Saturday morning. We cheered on the good guys, like Kerry Von Erich, “Iceman” King Parsons and “Rock n’Roll” Buck Zumhofe. We would root against the heels, such as the Great Kabuki, King Kong Bundy and The Fabulous Freebirds. […]

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Get to Know Us: Kristy Christensen

Where do you live? Wrightstown, WI Where are you from? Denmark, WI My legal practice… Is varied, which keeps my work life interesting.  I have always been a litigator, and I still do a good amount of litigation, specializing in construction litigation and dispute resolution.  I also have an intellectual property practice, where I focus […]

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THE Copyright

I’m getting excited for the upcoming college football season. The Badgers are picked again to be in contention to win the Big Ten West, and Jonathan Taylor is getting Heisman buzz. From the Big Ten East, many writers are predicting Michigan to earn a spot in the conference title game. While Ohio State has been […]

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What’s In a Name?

While I try to avoid reality TV, my wife is a closet ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ fan. I’ve walked through the room while she’s watching and there is constantly drama in the Kar/Jenner clan, as they’re often called. Most of this drama, it seems, is self-inflicted. The show seems like an endless loop of […]

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Sesame Seeds of Changes

While flipping through the channels the other night, I came across one of my favorite all-time movies: Coming to America. The flick stars Eddie Murphy as African Prince Akeem who travels to the U.S. to find a bride. Because he doesn’t want a potential wife to date him for his money, Akeem pretends to be […]

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Waltzing Into Court

In my youth, I was known for mastering several styles of dance, including the sprinkler, the lawnmower and the shopping cart. And I did a pretty mean robot. Thankfully my son is carrying on the tradition. He knows a myriad of dances, such as the Whip, the Floss, and the Dab. My personal favorite is […]

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Scouting Mission

As a kid, I was a Cub Scout, which is the Boy Scouts’ junior varsity. We learned arts and crafts and how to better our community. After a few years, we became Webelos, the highest level of Cub Scouts. And we got a new leader: Lee Hammen. Mr. Hammen was the longtime naturalist and head […]

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Out of Tune

As a kid in the 1980s, I was a huge pro wrestling fan. I loved Junkyard Dog, who entered the ring accompanied by the great bass line of Queen’s “Another One Bites the Dust.” To stop having to pay huge royalties to play the song, though, the then-WWF created its own entrance themes. They actually […]

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Swift Reprisal

My niece is possibly the biggest Taylor Swift fan on the planet. She has all of Taylor’s albums, has read every book written about her, and knows the lyrics to each of her songs. She owns endless Taylor Swift t-shirts, sweatshirts and even shoes. She’s also been to a concert for each of Taylor’s tours. […]

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