Constitutional Challenges to Wisconsin Open Enrollment Program

Nov 25, 2014 By: Nia Doherty

On Nov. 18, 2014, a group representing three families of children with disabilities filed a challenge against Wisconsin’s open enrollment program

Today in 1787: Congress passes the Northwest Ordinance

Jul 13, 2012 By: Jeremy Byellin

On July 13, 1787, Congress passed the Northwest Ordinance, which established rules and regulations governing the Northwest Territory, which encompassed what is now Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota.

2011 in review: The top 20 legal stories, part 3

Dec 21, 2011 By: Jeremy Byellin

(Editor’s note: Throughout December, the last month of the year, we’ll be looking at the top 20 legal events of 2011, as

Wisconsin union files unfair labor practice suit against state

Mar 7, 2011 By: Jeremy Byellin

The suit, filed by the Wisconsin State Employees Union, claims that the state has violated Wisconsin law by refusing to engage in collective bargaining with the state’s employees.

Goats on a Roof

Sep 24, 2010 By: Casey Hall

A restaurant owner in Door County Wisconsin is serious about protecting his “goats on the roof” trademark.

Can an Operator of an Attraction be a Criminal?

Aug 31, 2010 By: West Reference Attorneys

Charles Carnell fancied himself a television star after he appeared on a Discovery Channel program that featured an attraction called Terminal Velocity located at a place called Extreme World in the heart of the Wisconsin Dells, WI tourism area.