To say Gail Groy, a partner at Axley Brynelson, had some obstacles to overcome to get where she is today is an understatement.Read More »
It’s no secret that many in the construction industry are optimistic about what Donald Trump’s presidency could mean for them in the coming years, especially when it comes to the way his administration might handle labor regulations and related matters.Read More »
The Wisconsin Supreme Court will be weighing in on a case that could clarify when immunity kicks in for contractors working on a government project.Read More »
In defending a client in a personal-injury lawsuit, Paul Curtis now finds himself contending with a not unusual but still seemingly contradictory set of facts: The plaintiff in the case has more than $60,000 in medical bills but, because of write-offs obtained by a medical insurer, no actual out-of-pocket expenses.Read More »
Attorney David Pliner knew his request for jail time was “extreme,” but he felt he had to try.Read More »
Despite pleas from their opposing attorneys, a judge did not send a pair of litigious Madison pro se plaintiffs to jail for violating his court order in an already closed lawsuit.Read More »
Two attorneys have asked a Dane County judge to make good on his threat of jail time for two litigants who continue to pursue a case the judge declared over.Read More »
Michael Hupy, a shareholder of the personal injury law firm Hupy and Abraham SC, Milwaukee, accepted his nomination as a fellow of the Wisconsin Law Foundation.
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Plaintiffs Rockwell Automation Inc., a Wisconsin corporation, and Rockwell Automation Technologies Inc., an Ohio corporation, filed a lawsuit Nov. 16, 2010, in federal court against defendants Germantown-based WAGO Corp. and its German parent company, WAGO Kontakttechnik GmbH & Co. KG.
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