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William Smoler

Attorney

Johnsons

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Background Information

Employment History

Attorney

Hausmann McNally


Lawyer

Smoler Law Office


Affiliations

False Memory Syndrome Foundation

Scientific Advisory Board Member


Education

UW Law School


J.D.


bachelor's degree

history

University of Wisconsin-Madison


law degree

University of Wisconsin-Madison


Web References(61 Total References)


Court: Parents In Repressed Memory Case Can't Sue

www.culteducation.com [cached]

William Smoler, the Johnsons' lawyer, said they would appeal to the state Supreme Court.


FMSF Newsletter - Winter 2011 - Vol. 20, No. 1

fmsfonline.org [cached]

Attorney William Smoler, who represented the Johnsons, kept a clear
focus throughout. He established the standards of care for the treatment of patients, and then, using the doctors' therapy notes, Smoler argued that at times the standard of care requires informing a patient that something May not not historically accurate and that it is within the standard of care to raise the issue of the accuracy of memories. He pointed out how the doctors involved seemed to have lost Johnsons and their Madison, Wisconsin attorney William Smoler appealed. The standards of care to which Smoler referred throughout the trial William Smoler continued a clear focus on the standards of care and Smoler compared Phillips' therapy notes to the "standards of care," and the jury was able to see where her Smoler was able to show that because Charlotte had taken William Smoler continued a different in the early 1990s from with the standards shown by Smoler. Smoler showed that in a 1988 case Brown had presented the same standards that Smoler had just presented. Smoler showed Kluft an article that Kluft had published in the late 1980s rasing the same concerns that Smoler was raising. and from talks with attorney William Smoler. __________________________________ How the Johnson Case Reached Trial Smoler appealed to the Wisconsin District Court of Appeals. Smoler appealed to the Wisconsin Supreme Court noting that he was "not continue, Smoler filed a request to obtain Charlotte's therapy exception to privilege," said Smoler, who noted that the decision is attorney Smoler summarized the case. but I was thankful for Bill Smoler.


FMS Foundation Newsletter, 2000 Vol 9 No. 5

www.fmsfonline.org [cached]

William Smoler, attorney for the Johnsons, said that he would
appeal the decision. He noted that he was "not worried about being


FMS Foundation Newsletter, Vol 6 No. 4, April 1, 1997

www.memoryandreality.com [cached]

Cool's attorney, William Smoler, is adamant that
recovered-memory therapy is fraught with potential problems. "This is a plague on people who go to therapy, " he said. care and mind control shown by Nadean's lawyers, Bill Smoler, Pam


Wisconsin 3rd party law suit victory 98-0445

www.illinoisfms.org [cached]

This epic case is now back in the trial court with attorney Bill Smoler still leading the charge.
This is another notch on attorney Bill Smoler's belt this year. Bill is the attorney who also won the Sawyer case. The webmasters think that once a record has been established in the Johnson case, Smoler will possibly have to make another appearance before the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Key questions such as confidentiality or other questions may then be argued. ATTORNEYS: For plaintiffs-appellants-petitioners there were briefs by William Smoler and Smoler Law Office, LLC, Madison, and Gregory P. Seibold and Murphy & Desmond, S.C., Madison, and oral argument by William Smoler and Gregory P. Seibold. ATTORNEYS: For plaintiffs-appellants-petitioners there were briefs by William Smoler and Smoler Law Office, LLC, Madison, and Gregory P. Seibold and Murphy & Desmond, S.C., Madison, and oral argument by William Smoler and Gregory P. Seibold.


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