The Eastern District of Wisconsin’s chief judge is planning to take senior status at the end of the year.
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Attorneys seeking to invalidate Wisconsin's Republican-drawn legislative boundaries are getting ready to file new arguments after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to consider their lawsuit this past summer.Read More »
A federal trial to help a judicial panel decide whether Republicans discriminated against Democrats when they redrew state Assembly boundaries five years ago wound down Friday as two political analysts testified the map reflects demographic shifts and doesn't necessarily guarantee GOP victories.Read More »
A GOP plan that reworked the Wisconsin Assembly's district lines was one of the worst examples of partisan gerrymandering in American history, an attorney challenging the new boundaries argued Tuesday.Read More »
U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson says he plans to appeal the dismissal of his lawsuit challenging rules that call for congressional members and their employees to seek government-subsidized health insurance through small-business exchanges.Read More »
A federal judge on Monday dismissed a U.S. senator's lawsuit challenging a requirement that congressional members and their staffs to obtain government-subsidized health insurance through small business exchanges, saying the senator had no grounds to sue.Read More »
A Wisconsin senator on Monday argued that his lawsuit challenging rules under which congressional members and their employees can seek government-subsidized health insurance through small-business exchanges should be allowed to move forward.Read More »
The six largest settlements reported to Wisconsin Law Journal in 2013.
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A Republican senator on Monday sued to stop the government from paying most of the medical insurance premiums for members of Congress and their aides who are now required to obtain coverage through the new health care law's state exchanges.Read More »
A Wisconsin man convicted of poisoning his wife 15 years ago was improperly tried because he couldn't confront his dead wife and her "letter from the grave" implicating the husband as the primary suspect, a federal judge has ruled.Read More »