Just posted a new article on LinkedIn concerning the importance of a business constitution. Just like a nation, businesses need a fundamental structure for adopting rules, making decisions and resolving conflict.
Yesterday, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals ruled in favor of a property owner seeking to reclaim an abandoned quarry over the objection of the Village of Richfield, Wisconsin. See, Scenic Pit LLC v. Village of Richfield. The Court held that Wisconsin’s comprehensive statute and DNR regulation regarding the siting of solid waste facilities preempts the […]
September 22, 2016, United States District Judge Pamela Pepper granted Microsoft’s motion for expedited discovery in action against Brookfield man filed in Eastern District of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, alleging sale of pirated Windows license keys. The Court denied concurrent requests for pre-judgment freeze on the defendants’ assets. This is not surprising as this motion was […]
I originally chose to read New Richmond News, et al. v. City of New Richmond because of an interest in the scope of open records law in Wisconsin and its relationship to the federal Driver’s Privacy Act (18 U.S.C. § 2721), but was initially awed by this sentence: “[a] A judgment was entered on July […]
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