The U.S. government is accusing the debt rating agency Standard & Poor’s of fraud for giving high ratings to risky mortgage bonds that helped bring about the financial crisis.
The state is suing a Madison manufacturer, alleging it violated the hazardous substance spills law.
A judge has reopened a lawsuit over payment for renovations at One Sports Lounge in Milwaukee after agreeing with the defense attorney that her client’s response was lost in the mail.
A Milwaukee heating and air conditioning company’s insurance provider must defend the business against allegations it sent out an unsolicited “junk” fax in violation of federal law, a state appeals court ruled Tuesday.
The city of Milwaukee on Friday filed a lawsuit in Milwaukee County Circuit Court against four companies for damages related to terra cotta installed on the exterior of City Hall during the building’s restoration project between 2006 and 2008, according to a city of Milwaukee news release.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court is scheduled to decide Thursday whether a Waukesha plumbing contractor is entitled to direct payment from an insurance company for work at a vacant rental property.
A Milwaukee-based contractor is suing an Illinois property management firm for failure to honor a snow removal and landscaping contract in southeastern Wisconsin.
The state Supreme Court this year will consider a lawsuit involving the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District and the owners of the downtown Milwaukee Boston Store.
A Wisconsin Dells resort cannot sue a Madison-based contractor for moisture damages resulting from a water park project built more than 10 years ago, according to a Court of Appeals ruling Thursday.
A Milwaukee County Board could consider hiring a local law firm to represent the county in preparation of a potential lawsuit against companies involved in construction and maintenance of the O’Donnell Park parking garage.