The Bench Blog’s Santa asked Wisconsin Supreme Court justices and Court of Appeals judges what they want in their appellate Christmas stockings.Read More »
A Waukesha attorney publicly reprimanded for deleting potential evidence when representing an aide to Scott Walker during the first John Doe investigation is now asking the Wisconsin Supreme Court to change the rule that he violated.Read More »
The Wisconsin Supreme Court plans to hear a proposal Monday that proponents say would make it easier for parties to a civil case in another state to compel evidence or testimony from Wisconsin residents. The proposal, shepherded by the Wisconsin Judicial ...Read More »
State Supreme Court justices had many questions Monday for the proponents of a measure to disallow the use of victims' names in certain appellate filings.Read More »
The Wisconsin Supreme Court’s decision, expected by the end of this term, in Julie A. Augsburger v. Homestead Mutual Insurance Co., could markedly increase liability risk for property owners who allow dogs on the premises, according to defense counsel in the case.
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