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Torts — accounting malpractice — statute of repose

Wisconsin Court of Appeals


Torts — accounting malpractice — statute of repose

Gene Osowski, as personal representative of the Estate of Wanda Osowski, appeals a summary judgment dismissing Wanda’s professional negligence, misrepresentation, and conspiracy claims against her former accountant, Don Howard, and his firm, Krause Howard & Co., S.C. We conclude summary judgment was proper because Wanda’s claims are barred by the six-year statute of repose for claims arising out of professional accounting services. See Wis. Stat. § 893.66(1). We therefore affirm. This opinion will not be published.

2010AP2260 Osowski v. Howard, et al.

Dist III, Marathon County, Huber, J., Per Curiam

Attorneys: For Appellant: Kobelt, Teresa K., Middleton; Palmersheim, Kevin J., Middleton; Dettmann, Cathleen A., Middleton; For Respondent: Koessl, Thomas C., Chicago, IL; Shull, John R., Jr., Wausau; Falkenberg, Thomas F., Chicago, IL

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