A former Wisconsin Judicial Commission member has filed a complaint against a Dane County judge for recusing himself from a voter ID case after the Wisconsin Supreme Court upheld the law.Read More »
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For the first time in recent memory, advocates for expanding civil legal services for indigent clients in Wisconsin want the Legislature to study the effects it would have on the state.Read More »
A Green Bay attorney whose license has been suspended since 2003 cannot practice law again because he has yet to pay all of the restitution he owes to former clients, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.Read More »
A cottage industry has developed around the so-called “rocket docket” of the Western District of Wisconsin, the speed of which has attracted plaintiffs in patent cases.
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In the eight years since the state enacted a cap on the amount of damages a plaintiff can collect in a medical malpractice case, a Milwaukee judge's decision to award an amputee $15.75 million more than the damages cap is the exception to the rule, the woman's attorney said Monday.
Tagged with: Ascaris Mayo Daniel Rottier Habush Habush & Rottier Hinshaw & Culbertson Jeffrey Conen malpractice Medical malpractice Michael Malone Wisconsin Injured Patients & Families Compensation FundRead More »
It looks like Ryan Braun's former friend isn't giving up in his litigious quest against his former Milwaukee Brewers friend and the attorneys who represented him. To me, though, it's just another quirky part of a rare example of jail being imposed in a contempt proceeding.Read More »
The state's castle doctrine law does not apply in the case of a Sheboygan Falls man who shot intruders at his girlfriend's apartment but also continued to shoot after the intruders fled, according to the District 2 Court of Appeals.Read More »