Gov. Scott Walker was expected on Tuesday to sign legislation making a long list of changes to the state’s civil litigation rules.
The Wisconsin Senate will be taking up a bill that would make a number of changes to the state's civil-litigation rules.
The Wisconsin Assembly gave the green light this week to legislation that would change various parts of the state’s civil-litigation rules.
Shortly after Gov. Scott Walker took office in 2011, he and his fellow Republicans in the state Legislature passed sweeping legislation touching on many corners of the state’s tort laws. Since then, scarcely a year has gone by without Republican lawmakers putting forward at least one piece of major tort-reform legislation. The latest proposals come […]
Two Republican lawmakers who are personal-injury lawyers are proposing an amendment that would scale back a so-called tort-reform bill.
A panel of lawmakers from the state Senate, including two lawyers, are scheduled to hear public testimony on Tuesday on a bill calling for a series of changes to Wisconsin's tort laws.
It’s too bad for the Republicans who control the statehouse that tort reform seems to be far less of an issue of public concern than the economy.
The state Assembly voted 60-36 Wednesday in favor of a bill that would cap at $30 million the amount of contingency fees lawyers can collect for doing state work.
Two Wisconsin tort reform proposals received approvals from a legislative judiciary committee Thursday and one more or less died.
Lawmakers pushing for tort reform at the state Capitol paint a colorful picture of soaring attorney fees and malpractice lawsuits.
If tort-reform bills now before state legislators had been laws two years ago, Lindy Orlowski would be out about $60,000.
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