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Employment — breach of contract — emotional distress — reputational damages

Wisconsin Court of Appeals

Civil

Employment — breach of contract — emotional distress — reputational damages

Dr. Ezelagu E. Obasi, pro se, appeals from a judgment dismissing his breach of contract claim against the Milwaukee School of Engineering (“MSOE”). Obasi argues that prior to trial, the trial court erroneously granted partial summary judgment in MSOE’s favor after determining that Obasi was not covered by certain employee handbook provisions and that Obasi could not recover for emotional distress or damage to his professional reputation. Obasi also argues that the jury’s verdict was erroneous. We reject Obasi’s arguments and affirm. This opinion will not be published.

2012AP819 Obasi v. Milwaukee School of Engineering

Dist I, Milwaukee County, Pocan, J., Per Curiam

Attorneys: For Appellant: Obasi, Ezelagu E., pro se; For Respondent: Scrivner, Thomas W., Milwaukee; Nigh, Steven A., Milwaukee


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