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Contracts – breach — attorney fees

Wisconsin Court of Appeals


Contracts – breach — attorney fees

Timothy Valek and Michele Smith appeal a money judgment entered by the circuit court in favor of JG Development, Inc., as well as an order for judgment, an order addressing Valek’s and Smith’s motion for reconsideration, and an order addressing JG Development’s motion for attorney’s fees, interest and costs. JG Development brought suit against Valek and Smith for breach of contract pertaining to the construction of a residential property.

The circuit court found in favor of JG Development and awarded JG Development damages, as well as JG Development’s attorney’s fees, interest and costs. Valek and Smith challenge the circuit court’s finding that they had a valid contract with JG Development and that they breached that contract. They also challenge the court’s award of attorney’s fees and costs. We affirm. Not recommended for publication in the official reports.

2012AP264 JG Development Inc. v. Valek, et al.

Dist IV, Dane County, O’Brien, J., Sherman, J.

Attorneys: For Appellant: Bradbury, Philip J., Madison; For Respondent: McCardell, William E., Madison; Meiners, Deborah C., Madison

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