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At the close of summer, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals rejected an insurance company’s attempt to “double dip” and reduce its underinsured motorist (“UIM”) coverage responsibility to an insured based on a liability payment made to another insured.[1]
The case
Continue Reading Wisconsin Court of Appeals Rejects Attempted Underinsured Motorist Double Dip

The Supreme Court of Wisconsin recently denied a petition submitted by former Assembly Speaker Scott Jensen, represented by the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty (“WILL”), proposing new procedural rules limited solely to legal challenges to new legislative districts, including
Continue Reading Supreme Court of Wisconsin Denies Legislative Redistricting Rulemaking Petition

Recently, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals touched on two important insurance issues: covered autos under Wis. Stat. § 632.32(3) and prejudgment interest under Wis. Stat. § 628.46(1).
In January 2016, Jason and Wendy Foerster’s thirteen-year-old son was directed by his
Continue Reading Court of Appeals Holds that Prejudgment Interest Can Be Triggered without a Demand

In a straightforward interpretation and application of the Wisconsin Statutes and procedural standards governing writs of mandamus, on April 9, 2021, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled 5-2 in State of Wis. Ex rel. Timothy Zignego v. Wisconsin Elections Commission, 2021
Continue Reading Wisconsin Supreme Court Holds that Wisconsin Elections Commission Is Not Obligated to Conduct Mass Deactivation of Voter Registrations

At the end of last week, the Court of Appeals recommended for publication an opinion resulting from a permissive interlocutory appeal sought by Stafford Rosenbaum on behalf of the City of Monroe.  Stafford sought the appeal after the trial court
Continue Reading Court of Appeals Accepts Petition for Interlocutory Appeal, Reverses in Favor of Stafford Rosenbaum’s Client to Dismiss Case