A federal appeals court panel refused Thursday to reinstate Wisconsin Democrats' lawsuit challenging Republican-authored lame-duck laws that curbed the powers of the Democratic governor and attorney general before they took office.
The U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals recently publicly reprimanded a Chicago lawyer for taking a brief and changing it in ways that went beyond its specific orders.
The U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals handed down a decision Monday clarifying that disputes over the interpretation of class-action waivers in employment agreements must be decided by a district court – not an arbitrator.
A committee has released revised federal criminal jury instructions to be used in the district courts that feed into the U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals.
President Donald Trump has nominated a Milwaukee attorney to fill a federal appellate-court vacancy and a central Wisconsin prosecutor to serve as a U.S. attorney.
A federal appeals court panel has upheld Wisconsin's right-to-work law.
Should the medical-technology firm Epic Systems and other companies be able to require that employees sign on to agreements forcing them to take labor disputes to independent arbitrators rather than court?
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals isn’t backing down on its decision to sanction a Platteville lawyer for filing a case in an Arkansas state court rather than in a federal court in Wisconsin.
It looks like a federal appeals court won't rule on whether to halt gay marriages in Wisconsin until at least Wednesday.
Federal appeals court judges on Monday questioned the bankrupt Archdiocese of Milwaukee's claim that it needs all the money in a $55 million trust fund to maintain its cemeteries and asked whether some could be used to compensate victims of clergy sexual abuse without violating the Catholic faith.
A person close to an investigation of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's campaign and other conservative groups said Wednesday that Walker's attorney is talking with the lead investigator about a possible settlement that would end the probe.
The 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected a request from two Wisconsin unions to re-hear an appeal they filed of Gov. Scott Walker's law effectively ending collective bargaining for most public workers.
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