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Jan 4, 2011

2009AP2020, 2010AP160 Perine v. Wild, et al.

Civil Procedure Contempt; sanctions We sua sponte consolidate these two appeals. See Wis. Stat. Rule 809.10(3). In 2009AP2020, Thomas Wild, J. Manuel Raneda, Esq., and The Law Offices of J. Manuel Raneda, LLC, appeal the Honorable Dennis P. Moroney’s June of 2009 order in a garnishment proceeding requiring “that by June 18, 2009, [Raneda and […]

Dec 29, 2010

2010AP624 Moore v. Dougherty

Civil Procedure Frivolous lawsuits; sanctions This appeal arises from Ann Moore’s claimed future interest in a cottage owned by her mother, Mary Dougherty. Moore appeals from the part of an order granting Dougherty’s motion for sanctions against her for violating Wis. Stat. § 802.05 (2007-08). We affirm the order. In addition, we deny Dougherty’s motion […]

Dec 21, 2010

2009AP2335 Fidelis Omegbu v. Trinity Missionary Baptist Church, et al.

Civil Procedure Sanctions; attorney fees Fidelis Omegbu, pro se, appeals the circuit court’s order dismissing this action. The issues are whether the circuit court properly ordered Omegbu to pay partial attorney fees as a sanction for filing summary judgment motions contrary to circuit court order and whether the circuit court properly dismissed this action as […]

Oct 14, 2010

2009AP1321 Zarnstorff v. Neenah Creek Custom Trucking

Civil Procedure Discovery; sanctions It was not an abuse of discretion not to preclude an insurer from contesting coverage as a sanction for not producing the policy in response to discover requests. “While the circuit court did not make an express determination on whether or not the conduct of Acuity was egregious, it is evident […]


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