Attorneys seeking to invalidate Wisconsin's Republican-drawn legislative boundaries are getting ready to file new arguments after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to consider their lawsuit this past summer.
Dozens of individuals around the country are entering arbitration with the Verona-based medical-software company Epic Systems over unpaid overtime claims.
The U.S. Supreme Court has handed down a decision finding that employment agreements may contain clauses that prevent employees from banding together to sue their employer.
The U.S. Supreme Court will kick of its new term in October with oral arguments in a trio of cases that promise to settle questions over whether employees can be forced to sign away their right to band together to sue their employers.
A federal judge has ruled that Wisconsin must put the names of many same-sex parents on their children's birth certificates.
A federal trial to help a judicial panel decide whether Republicans discriminated against Democrats when they redrew state Assembly boundaries five years ago wound down Friday as two political analysts testified the map reflects demographic shifts and doesn't necessarily guarantee GOP victories.
A GOP plan that reworked the Wisconsin Assembly's district lines was one of the worst examples of partisan gerrymandering in American history, an attorney challenging the new boundaries argued Tuesday.
A federal judge will launch a three-day trial this week to decide whether legislative district boundaries that Wisconsin Republicans drew four years ago amount to an unconstitutional attempt to consolidate power.
With a single click, Jason Lewis, a former technical writer at Epic Corp., gave away his right to band together with other employees to take his erstwhile employer to court.
A judge properly dismissed a same-sex couple's request for a declaration that one of them is the legal parent of the other's child, a state appeals court ruled Wednesday.
A federal judge has ruled that the city of Ashland and Ashland County are not responsible for the cleanup of a designated Superfund site on the city’s lakefront.
A federal judge has sentenced a northern Wisconsin woman to a year and a day in prison for filing a false tax return.
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- Wisconsin Attorney General announces $100,000 water pollution settlement
- Milwaukee man sentenced to 30 year bifurcated prison term as ringleader of $9.6 million cocaine conspiracy
- Gov. Evers Grants 82 Pardons, Bringing Total Pardons Granted to 1,111
- Wisconsin District Attorneys’ Association recognizes work of state prosecutors
- Madison man gets 40 years for killing ex-girlfriend, whose body was found under pile of furniture
- Democrats urge Wisconsin Supreme Court to overturn Republican-drawn legislative maps
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