Gov. Scott Walker on Thursday appointed 18 members to his Criminal Justice Coordinating Council.Read More »
The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a Waukesha plumbing company is not entitled to direct payment for work done in 2008 because there was no breach of contract by the insurance company that hired the contractor.Read More »
A Milwaukee attorney now living in California lost his law license for one year after defaulting on 14 disciplinary charges filed against him by the Wisconsin Office of Lawyer Regulation.Read More »
The first of four Wisconsin Supreme Court justices asked to step aside in the pending ethics case against Justice David Prosser has agreed to do so.Read More »
Failure to file a timely challenge could cost the city of Kaukauna its right to provide sewer service to 89 acres of land in the town of Harrison, according to a Wisconsin Court of Appeals decision issued Tuesday.Read More »
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke and county officials are in dispute over who should pay more than $55,000 in private legal fees racked up as a result of an ongoing rift between the public official and the county.Read More »
A Wednesday afternoon boycott staged by four state justices enhanced the fractured image of the Supreme Court and could happen again if its leader doesn’t conform to a new protocol.
Tagged with: Ann Walsh Bradley Annette Ziegler David Prosser Marquette University Law School Michael Gableman Patience Roggensack Patrick Crooks Rick Esenberg Shirley Abrahamson Supreme Court WI Supreme Court Wisconsin Judicial CommissionRead More »
State Bar dues may spike more than 15 percent next year, but assessments imposed by the Wisconsin Supreme Court will drop, albeit slightly.
Tagged with: BBE Board of Bar Examiners dues Jacquelynn Rothstein N. Patrick Crooks office of lawyer regulation OLR Shirley Abrahamson State Bar of Wisconsin Wisconsin State Bar Wisconsin Supreme CourtRead More »