By Ethan Duran [email protected] Attorneys for the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) of Wisconsin and the City of Madison began oral arguments Wednesday for an appeal to reverse the city’s bird glass ordinance before a three-judge panel from the Wisconsin Court of Appeals District 4 inside the Wisconsin Supreme Court Hearing Room in Madison. The […]
Geenen has spent the past 16 years as an attorney with a focus on labor, bankruptcy and employment law and primarily representing workers and local and international labor organizations.
The case to decide whether a Madison ordinance requiring bird-safe glass on tall buildings will stay in effect is now awaiting assignment in the Wisconsin Court of Appeals.
Wisconsin's high court ruled on five matters this week, affirming two and reversing three.
Touching on subjects from sexual assault charges to disputes over construction liens, the Wisconsin Supreme Court released six opinions from its caseload this week. Of those, five reversed court of appeals decisions.
An Ozaukee County village must pay at least part of its former trustee's attorney fees, costs and statutory damages in an open-records lawsuit, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals ruled on Wednesday.
The Wisconsin Court of Appeals on Wednesday threw out part of a woman's shoplifting sentence that required she tell the management of any store she entered that she was on supervision for the offense.
“I always thought that I saw a little bit of myself and my family in the sufferings of people who came before us.”
In 2018, there was little change from 2017 in the rate at which the Wisconsin Court of Appeals and the Wisconsin Supreme Court affirmed trial-court judges.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court says an appeal in an environmental case involving a large dairy feedlot should be heard in Waukesha, not Madison.
The Wisconsin Law Journal has conducted its annual review of the state's judges by looking at decisions released by the appeals courts and the Wisconsin Supreme Court from Jan. 1, to Dec. 31, 2017. See how the judges fared.
A Wisconsin appeals court has taken the unusual step of correcting a ruling after a pediatric allergist said an error in the opinion caused him irreparable personal and professional harm.
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