A former Milwaukee construction company and its owner are on the hook for more than $60,000 in unpaid wages after failing to respond to a lawsuit the state filed in December.Read More »
By Jack Zemlicka A federal court has confirmed Wisconsin construction workers standing on property leased by a corporation can protest allegedly unfair hiring practices. The Chicago-based Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals on March 9 ruled that Milwaukee-based Roundy’s Inc. violated ...
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The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors is scheduled to vote Feb. 2 on a potential $50,000 contract with a law firm to prosecute the county’s claims against two companies involved in construction and maintenance of the O’Donnell Park parking garage.Read More »
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.Read More »
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.Read More »
The Wisconsin Department of Justice is casting a wide legal net to recover more than $60,000 owed to two former employees of a Milwaukee construction company that closed earlier this year.Read More »