“Here, although the release discussed at the conference purported to waive all of Higbee’s claims, the parties had not even discussed the worker’s compensation claim. ...Read More »
Tag Archives: Civil Procedure
00-4029Firstar Bank, N.A. v. Faul
“‘[L]ocated’ should be construed to maintain jurisdictional equality between national banks and state banks or other corporations. In order to maintain this parity, national banks ...Read More »
97-C-1233 Gwendylyn Abram, et al. v. United Parcel Service of America, Inc., et al.Eastern District of Wisconsin, Randa, J.
“When blame for discrimination is laid at the feet of a single decisionmaker, or a small group of individuals, it is comparatively easy to find ...Read More »
00-0036 In Re: the Commitment of Deryl B. Beyer, State of Wisconsin v. Beyer
However, we must reverse defendant’s commitment in light of recent decisions which hold that a Ch. 980 commitment petition must be filed within 90 days ...Read More »
00-1820 Behrndt v. Behrndt, et al.
Patrick Behrndt appeals from the denial of his motion for relief from the trial court’s judgment dismissing Patrick and approving the settlement as to all ...Read More »
00-1844 Sabel v. Rosenthal, et al.
Martin E. Rosenthal appeals from a judgment entered in his favor, granting his motion to reopen and vacate a default judgment that Dawn M. and ...Read More »
00-3569-FT Wildeck Inc., v. Cousar, et al.
Wildeck Inc. appeals from a judgment dismissing its complaint for lack of personal jurisdiction over Thomas J. Cousar and Cousar Painting Company Inc. (collectively, Cousar). ...Read More »
00-2365 In Re the Commitment of Williams: State v. Williams
Daniel Williams, a civilly committed Wis. Stat. Ch. 980 patient held at the Wisconsin Resource Center (WRC), appeals from a trial court order granting the ...Read More »
00-6374 Becker v. Mongtomery, et al.
“As plainly as Civil Rule 11(a) requires a signature on filed papers, however, so the rule goes on to provide in its final sentence that ...Read More »
No. 130, Orig., New Hampshire v. Maine
“New Hampshire’s claim that the Piscataqua River boundary runs along the Maine shore is clearly inconsistent with its interpretation of the words ‘Middle of the ...Read More »