A couple trying to build a road to their property did not get a fair hearing from the local town board, a Court of Appeals has ruled.
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By David Ziemer The Wisconsin Supreme Court has agreed to hear the case of a Milwaukee property owner assessed the costs of removing a sunken barge from the Menomonee River. At issue is the doctrine of “judicial estoppel,” which provides ...Read More »
New Berlin-based Arby Construction Inc. does not have to reimburse Wisconsin Public Service Corp., a gas and electric utility, for payments WPSC made after a 2006 construction accident, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals ruled Thursday. Arby employees were working under ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
By AMY FORLITI Associated Press Writer MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Court of Appeals has issued split decisions on whether a California design firm will remain a defendant in lawsuits over a 2007 bridge collapse that killed 13 people. One ...Read More »
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Two companies that once insured Appleton Papers, Inc. are liable for $10 million toward the cleanup of the Fox River after a court decision Tuesday, the firm’s lawyer said. The 2-1 ruling by the Wisconsin Court ...Read More »
Sean Ryan firstname.lastname@example.org James Cape & Sons Co. will get its chance to sue a former employee and two construction companies convicted of defrauding the state when bidding for highway projects. The Wisconsin Court of Appeals on Wednesday twice ruled ...Read More »