Published: December 22, 2011
Tags: Basil Ryan Jr., Biersdorf & Associates, Dan Biersdorf, Gregg Hagopian, Marquette Interchange, Milwaukee Circuit Court, Register of Deeds Office, Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Wisconsin Supreme Court, WisDOT
A Milwaukee man who claimed the Wisconsin Department of Transportation undervalued his property by as much as $600,000 in a case tied to the construction of the Marquette Interchange won’t get a new trial.
Published: October 14, 2010
Tags: 9to5, Charles Engberg, Court of Appeals, Engberg Anderson Inc., John Jorgensen, Metropolitan Milwaukee Chamber of Commerce, Milwaukee Circuit Court, National Association of Working Women, Painters and Allied Trades District Council No. 7, sick leave, Tom Barrett, Tony Gibert, Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Wisconsin Supreme Court
By Marie Rohde A deadlocked Wisconsin Supreme Court was unable to decide the constitutionality of the Milwaukee ordinance requiring city employers provide sick leave for workers. On a 3-3 vote, the Supreme Court on Thursday sent the case back to the Madison-based 4th District Court of Appeals with instructions that the three-judge court should decide [...]