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High court to take ‘substantial fault’ case

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has agreed to take up a case looking at whether a relatively new law should prevent a woman from receiving unemployment benefits after she was fired for committing a number of errors while working as a Walgreens cashier.

About Dan Shaw, dshaw@wislawjournal.com

Dan Shaw is the managing editor at the Wisconsin Law Journal. He can be reached at dshaw@wislawjournal.com or at 414-225-1807.

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