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Federal Judge Strikes Down Portions of Act 10

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United States Supreme Court Rules for Homeowners and Against EPA

On March 21, 2012 the Supreme Court issued its opinion in Sackett v. Environmental Protection Agency (No. 10-1062).  Over the government’s objections, the ...

WILL Challenges Tax Exemption Denial on Behalf of Local Church

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PSC Update – AT&T Files Declaratory Ruling Petition

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PSC Update – AT&T Files Declaratory Ruling Petition

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Court Allows Defendant Another Chance to Challenge One-Day Sentence

In a unanimous opinion by Chief Justice Abrahamson, the Wisconsin Supreme Court decided that a man convicted of misdemeanor theft and sentenced to one day ...

Wisconsin Supreme Court Punts on Question of US DOJ Attorney Practicing in State Court

One of the many casualties of the 2008 securities market collapse was Ambac Assurance Corp., a firm involved with those complex transactions we hear so ...

Wisconsin Supreme Court Says No to Guano!

In a 5-2 decision authored by Justice Ziegler, the Wisconsin Supreme Court determined that a homeowner’s insurance policy excluded coverage for bat guano, ...