Timeshare ownership in Wisconsin is governed primarily by Wis. Stat. § 707. The statute regulates the creation, termination and incidents of timeshare ownership, management of timeshare property, and timeshare sales, among other things.
Three of the most difficult Rules/Principles/Doctrines in the Civil Practice of Law that have a direct impact on the award of damages are The Collateral Source Rule, The Principles of Subrogation and The Made Whole Doctrine.
When the Critical Legal Studies movement was still vibrant during the 1980s, Harvard Law Professor Duncan Kennedy frequently argued that, beyond exploring the cases and rules, legal education offered training in hierarchy.