The Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District must abate a groundwater problem that is damaging a Boston Store, according to a Wisconsin Supreme Court opinion.Read More »
The state Supreme Court on Thursday took up ground-water seepage, rotting timber pilings and years of court battles over whether a public entity can be held liable for millions of dollars of alleged private property damages.Read More »
The Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District has lost its attempt to avoid paying a property owner more than $1 million in damages caused by failure to properly maintain the deep tunnel system. The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Wednesday denied MMSD’s petition ...Read More »
A Wisconsin appeals court Tuesday overturned a Milwaukee County Circuit Court judge’s order requiring the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District place concrete lining in a section of Milwaukee’s deep tunnel. The ruling means MMSD will not be required to do the ...Read More »
More than 350 judges, lawyers, family and friends attended the Wisconsin Law Journal’s ninth annual Leaders in the Law Event in Milwaukee Wednesday. The evening event, held at the Hilton Milwaukee City Center, recognized 27 attorneys and judges for their ...
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The Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District must pay a business owner $1.08 million for structural damages caused by groundwater leaking into the deep tunnel system, the 1st District Court of Appeals has ruled.Read More »
By Marie Rohde A lawyer has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District’s draining of groundwater from under a Menomonee Valley building amounts to taking the owner’s property without paying for it. Jerome Kerkman, ...Read More »