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10-1266 The York Group, Inc., v. Wuxi Taihu Tractor Co., Ltd.

Civil Procedure Subpoenas; service of process A subpoena naming a proprietorship, in care of an individual, is effective on the individual. “Benefield’s argument is wrong on the merits. He describes One Stop China as his proprietorship. A proprietorship is just a name that a real person uses when doing business; it is not a juridical entity. Vernon v. Schuster, 179 ...

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2009AP2572 Bergstrom v. Polk County

Civil Procedure Service of process Where a property owner seeks certiorari review of a county’s issuance of a reclamation permit, but did not serve the county as prescribed in 801.11(4)(a)1, the circuit court lacks jurisdiction. “In an action against a county, Wis. Stat. ch. 801 requires personal service upon the county board chairperson or county clerk. Wis. Stat. § 801.11(4)(a)1. ...

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