Kimberly Alderman – The Alderman Law Firm

PO Box 2001
Madison, WI 53701, United States

  • (608) 620-3529
  • (206) 337-4243

NEED TO KNOW: What is a ‘final judgment or order’ for the purposes of appeal?

What is a final judgment or order for the purpose of appeal? Put another way, when does a losing party have the right to appeal, and when must he or she first seek permission to do so?…more
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Should Trial Lawyers Handle Their Own Appeals?

A trial attorney may have good reasons for wanting to handle appeals for his or her own cases. It’s only natural to want to finish what one started, and it may seem impossible to get an appellate attorney up to speed on all the…more
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Yale's Repatriation of the Machu Picchu Artifacts to Peru

In 1911, a professor of South American history from Yale University drudged through the Andean jungle and rediscovered the ancient Incan ruins of Machu Picchu. Hiram Bingham had received permission from the government of Peru to…more
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Exedited Appeals in Wisconsin

Although a faster appeal will not likely change the ultimate outcome, many clients will appreciate receiving the court of appeals’ decision, positive or negative, as quickly as possible. Learn what types of appeals may be…more
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Art Crime

Just as there are a myriad of types of art, there are also a myriad of types of art crime, including theft, wartime looting, archaeological looting, smuggling, forgery, and fraud. This article discusses this multi-billion dollar…more
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Standards of Review in the Wisconsin Court of Appeals

Many trial attorneys do not handle appeals, so are unfamiliar with the processes and reasoning employed by the Wisconsin appellate courts. In order to counsel their clients on the strength of a potential appeal, trial attorneys…more
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What to do when you lose at Circuit Court

A trial lawyer represents his client through the final judgment – win or lose. When that judgment reflects a loss, he must advise the client on her options for appeal. Even if the trial lawyer does not intend to handle the…more
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Fouts v. Breezy Point

Appellate Brief

Appeal from circuit court dismissal of complaint alleging home owner association (HOA) improper refusal to disclose materials to managing member…more
| Business Organizations, Real Estate - Residential
State v. Anthony

Appellate Brief

Appeal from circuit court judgment of conviction, focusing on the right to testify in one's own defense and arguing Batson precludes striking a jury member based on religious occupation alone…more
| Constitutional Law, Criminal Law

Calculating Judgment Interest in the Wake of Wisconsin Act 69

This article presents a practical guide to assist Wisconsin attorneys in calculating judgment interest after the changes imposed by Wisconsin Act 69…more
| Civil Remedies

Honor Amongst Thieves: Organized Crime and the Illicit Antiquities Trade

Government agencies, non-profits, scholars, and advocacy groups alike assert that organized crime dominates the illicit antiquities trade. The illicit antiquities trade has been linked to money laundering, extortion, the drug…more
| International Law & Trade

The Long Arm of the Law: Incarceration and the Ordinary Family

This Article examines how the ordinary family uses popular narratives about the criminal justice system to cope with and reconcile the increasing intrusion of the system into the family experience. It explores these narratives…more
| Criminal Law

Supervising the Legal Writing of Junior Attorneys and Non-Lawyer Employees

This article explores strategies for effectively supervising the legal writing of junior attorneys and non-lawyer employees…more
| Law Practice Products & Services

The Human Right to Cultural Property

Ancient and historical objects and sites are designated “cultural property” because the property model has traditionally controlled their disposition and trade. In recent decades, however, the cultural property protection model…more
| Indigenous Peoples, International Law & Trade

The Designation of West Bank Mosques as Israeli National Heritage Sites: Using the 1954 Hague Convention to Protect Against in Situ Cultural Appropriation,

This Article considers whether the 1954 Hague Convention for the Protection of Cultural Property in the Event of Armed Conflict (“1954 Hague Convention”) should extend to protect against in situ appropriation of culturally…more
| International Law & Trade
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