McCarty Law Hires Jayme L. Lehman as a Trial Attorney and Civil Litigator

McCarty Law LLP, a top law firm in Northeast Wisconsin, has hired Jayme L. Lehman as a trial attorney and civil litigator for its litigation practice. In her role, Lehman will represent businesses and individuals in a variety of matters including construction disputes, employment law and commercial litigation. Lehman brings an extensive background in criminal defense […]

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Hostile Environment

When I was a freshman in high school, I got a pair of Nike Revolution basketball shoes. They were super cool, being a mix between Air Jordans and moon boots. They were the first basketball sneaker to feature visible Air technology and had a giant adjustable Velcro ankle strap. Looking back, however, they probably weren’t […]

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TikTok Going to Helena Handbasket

Earlier this year I wrote about TikTok being banned from all government- or school-issued devices by the federal government, over half the states (including Wisconsin), and numerous colleges (including the University of Wisconsin System). Officials are worried that the Chinese government will force ByteDance, the creator of TikTok, to share information collected from users that […]

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Winging It

Over the last month or so, I’ve written about how the TSA has defined peanut butter as a liquid and various levels of government have classified hamburgers and hot dogs as sandwiches, but not burritos. This week we ponder the age-old question: what constitutes a chicken wing? Aimen Halim, from Chicago, recently filed a class […]

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My Hero

I recently wrote about the Transportation Security Administration defining peanut butter as a liquid. As such, passengers are only allowed to bring 3.4 ounces of the delicious spread onto flights. But, this isn’t the first time a branch of the government controversially defined food. The U.S. Department of Agriculture defines a sandwich as “a meat […]

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Solid Argument

When I was a kid, I loved peanut butter. I had friends over for a peanut butter party – we had peanut butter sandwiches and then peanut butter cookies and peanut butter ice cream for dessert. Because I had a choosy mom, she chose creamy Jif, which she put on my sandwich every day from […]

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