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excusable neglect

Jul 19, 2012

Civil Procedure — service of process — default judgment — excusable neglect

2011AP453 Wisconsin & Southern Railroad Company v. City of Waukesha

Jun 7, 2012

THE DARK SIDE: Citation to unpublished opinions is like crying Wolff

I recently received a very nice letter from Chief Justice Abrahamson, thanking me for my service on the Supreme Court’s committee to study citation to unpublished opinions.

May 31, 2012

Civil Procedure — demand for jury trial — excusable neglect

2011AP1351 Schoh v. New Glarus Brewing Company

Mar 8, 2012

Civil Procedure — default judgment — excusable neglect

2011AP479 Le v. Tjoe, et al.

Dec 7, 2011

Civil Procedure — default judgment — excusable neglect

2011AP537 Ameritech Publishing Inc. v. Integrity Construction Group Inc.

Aug 23, 2011

2010AP1727 Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company v. Pratt, et al.

Civil Procedure Default judgment; excusable neglect

Aug 10, 2011

2010AP14, 2010AP493 Zander vs. Bidard

Civil Procedure Default judgment; excusable neglect

May 18, 2011

2010AP2485 In the matter of the refusal of Jesse M. Schaefer

Wisconsin Court of Appeals CRIMINAL UNPUBLISHED Motor Vehicles Implied consent; motions to reopen; excusable neglect; competency Jesse M. Schaefer’s operating privileges were revoked after he failed to request a refusal hearing within the 10-day time limit set forth in Wis. Stat. ß 343.305(10). Schaefer requested that the municipal court reopen the proceedings based on excusable […]

May 11, 2011

10-1666 & 10-1915 CFTC v. Lake Shore Asset Management, Ltd.

Civil Procedure Excusable neglect Where a sophisticated bank failed to timely submit a claim after notification from the receiver of assets, the district court properly denied its untimely claim. “Andbanc’s negligence went beyond the omission of Mora’s name on the account statement. Its casual assumption, when it learned that Lake Shore’s assets had been frozen, […]

Feb 10, 2011

2009AP3055 Mansfield v. Smith

Civil Procedure Default judgment; motions to reopen; excusable neglect Paul Smith appeals the order denying his motion to reopen the case, in which a default judgment for replevin of his vehicle had been entered. He argues that his failure to appear at the initial hearing was caused by excusable neglect and, if the case were […]


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