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Group asks state Supreme Court to stay out of John Doe probe (UPDATE)

The Wisconsin Supreme Court should stay out of a dispute over subpoenas in a secret investigation into possible illegal coordination between conservative organizations and recent recall campaigns, a liberal group said Monday.

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Justices question judges on limited-scope representation

Wisconsin Supreme Court justices expressed concern Friday that a rules petition pertaining to limited-scope representation would allow judges to keep attorneys on cases far longer than the attorney had agreed.

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Justices approve rule change concerning budgeting process (UPDATE)

Justices approve rule change concerning budgeting process (UPDATE)

Despite a sometimes-heated conversation that lasted more than two hours, Wisconsin justices approved a change to their rules Wednesday that aims to keep the state Supreme Court better informed during the state courts’ budget drafting process.

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Wis. Supreme Court voids contempt order preventing union elections (UPDATE)

Wis. Supreme Court voids contempt order preventing union elections (UPDATE)

The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled 5-2 Thursday to void a Dane County judge’s contempt order that would have prevented recertification elections for public school unions from taking place this year.

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State’s high court rules in contractor immunity case (UPDATE)

After 5-½ years of legal battles, Mark Showers has a state Supreme Court opinion supporting his argument that contractors should not have lawsuit immunity simply because they are working on public projects.

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State high court accepts Megna case, denies review of Habush/Cannon dispute

State high court accepts Megna case, denies review of Habush/Cannon dispute

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has voted to accept three new cases, including one that involves a recent candidate for the bench, but will not review a dispute between two Milwaukee personal injury firms.

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