Catch up with the WCBAs’ Ethics and Litigation CLEs on-demand

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Catch up with the WCBAs’ Ethics and Litigation CLEs on-demand

Did you know our CLEs from this past year are available on demand? Here’s the information to access them:


2020 Ethics Seminar (3 EPR credits)

To view: Waukesha County Bar Virtual Ethics Seminar 2020 – YouTube





– Cathrine Davies, Reinhart, Boerner Van Deuren, “Minimizing Your Practice Risk – Practical Considerations”

-Steve Bogart, Reinhart, Boerner Van Deuren,”Ethics Issues Relevant to the Utilization of Paralegals”

-Dave Hanson, Reinhart, Boerner Van Deuren, “Attorney/Client Privilege and the Kovel Doctrine”

-Josh Taggatz, Reinhart, Boerner Van Deuren, “Obligations to Prospective Clients”

-Thomas Watson and Matthew Beier , Wisconsin Lawyers Mutual Insurance Company, “Emerging Risk Management and Professional Liability Issues for Law Firms During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Potential Implications For Malpractice Insurance Coverage.”


2021 Litigation Seminar (7 CLE credits, including 2 EPR credits expected)


View the Presentation:





– Professor Daniel Blinka, Marquette University Law School, “Current Ethics Issues in Litigation”

– Judge Michael Aprahamian, Waukesha County Circuit Court, “Effective Trial Advocacy”

– Laura Schuett, Crivello Carlson, “Daubert Update”

– Noah Fiedler, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, “Dumb Things Lawyers Do”

– Judge Jennifer Dorrow, Waukesha County Circuit Court, “Courts Update/COVID”

– Zachary Wittchow, Waukesha County District Attorneys Office, “Appellate Developments related to the Confrontation Clause and Other Current Issues in Criminal Law”

– Jesse Blocher, Peter Young, and Eric Ryberg, Habush, Habush & Rottier, S.C., “Complex Personal Injury Claims Primer: Products Liability, Medical Malpractice, Nursing Home Negligence”

– Charles Domer, Domer Law, S.C., “Worker’s Compensation Primer”


Please email Jesse Blocher with any questions or comments at [email protected]

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