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  1. State Ex Rel. Kalal v. Circuit Court (2004)

    For the respondents, Circuit Court of Dane County and the Honorable John V. Finn, there was a brief by David C. Rice, assistant attorney general, with whom on the brief was Peggy A. Lautenschlager, attorney general, and oral argument by Anthony M. Tomaselli and Quarles & Brady, LLP, Madison.


    Court: Wisconsin Supreme Court Docket: 02-2490-W
  2. Green Spring Farms v. Kersten (1987)

    For the defendant-respondent-petitioner there were briefs by John M. Moore and Jan A. Smokowicz and Bell, Metzner & Gierhart, S.C., Madison, and oral argument by Mr. Smokowicz.


    Court: Wisconsin Supreme Court Docket: 84-1214
  3. In RE MARRIAGE OF COOK v. Cook (1997)

    Chief Justice. This is a review of a published decision of the court of appeals[1] affirming an order of the Circuit Court for Green County, David G. Deininger, Judge, determining property division and child support in the parties' divorce action. Roger Paul Cook, the husband, objects to that part of the circuit court's order which awarded a portion of the military retired pay to his former wife, Pam Anita Cook, in the equitable division of the property and included his portion of the military [...]

    Court: Wisconsin Supreme Court Docket: 95-1963
  4. Anderson v. Continental Ins. Co. (1978)

    The appeal is from an order of the circuit court, which dismissed the plaintiffs' complaint on defendants' motion grounded on the assertion that, in Wisconsin, no cause of action arises on behalf of a named insured, even where, under the pleadings, it is conceded that the insurer acted in bad faith in its refusal to honor the claim of the insured. The plaintiffs are Jacob R. Anderson and his wife, owners of a home in the City of Milwaukee. Effective October 1, 1973, they obtained a home owner's [...]

    Court: Wisconsin Supreme Court Docket: 76-242
  5. In the Matter of Disciplinary Proceedings Against Widule (2003)

    Attorney John C. Widule has appealed from the referee's findings of fact and conclusions of law entered after a public hearing following the filing of the Office of Lawyer Regulation's (OLR) complaint on August 10, 2001, alleging that Widule had committed four acts of professional misconduct:[1]


    Court: Wisconsin Supreme Court Docket: 01-2157-D
  6. State v. Poellinger (1990)

    This case is before the court on petition for review of an unpublished decision of the court of appeals, dated January 19, 1989. The court of appeals affirmed a judgment of conviction entered by the La Crosse county circuit court, Peter G. Pappas, Circuit Judge, after a jury found the defendant, Karin S. Poellinger, guilty of possession of marijuana, contrary to sec. 161.41(3), Stats., and of possession of cocaine, contrary to sec. 161.41(3m), Stats. Two issues are presented for review. The [...]

    Court: Wisconsin Supreme Court Docket: 88-1470-CR
  7. State v. MacHner (1979)

    On January 6, 1978, at approximately 10 p. m., the complaining witness in this case was walking west on Wisconsin Avenue, when defendant approached her and asked if she wanted a ride. The woman refused the ride, but the defendant continued to follow her in his vehicle. After two more offers to give her a ride, the defendant suddenly stopped, picked the victim up against her will, and threw her into the vehicle. The defendant then committed two acts of sexual assault.


    Court: Wisconsin Supreme Court Docket: 79-257-CR
  8. McCleary v. State (1971)

    For the defendant in error the cause was argued by Lee Edward Wells, assistant district attorney of Milwaukee county, with whom on the brief were Robert W. Warren, attorney general, and E. Michael McCann, district attorney.


    Court: Wisconsin Supreme Court Docket: State 78
  9. Ufe Inc. v. LIRC (1996)

    For the plaintiffs-appellants-petitioners there were briefs by Bradley C. Lundeen, R. Michael Waterman and Mudge Porter Lundeen & Seguin, S.C., Hudson and oral argument by Bradley C. Lundeen.


    Court: Wisconsin Supreme Court Docket: 94-2794
  10. State v. Bangert (1986)

    This is a review of an order of the circuit court for Eau Claire county, issued by Arthur A. Cirilli, presiding circuit judge, dated May 28, 1985, which denied the defendant's postconviction motion to withdraw the defendant's plea of not contest to second-degree murder. We granted the state's petition to bypass the court of appeals, pursuant to sec. 808.05(1), Stats. Because we find no error in the order denying the motion to withdraw, we affirm the decision of the circuit court.


    Court: Wisconsin Supreme Court Docket: 85-1179-CR
  11. Loy v. Bunderson (1982)

    For the defendant-appellant there was a brief by Margaret B. Grabowski, and Brennan, Steil, Ryan, Basting & MacDougall, S.C., and oral argument by James E. Brennan, all of Janesville.


    Court: Wisconsin Supreme Court Docket: 79-1657
  12. Am. Fam. Mut. Ins. Co. v. American Girl, Inc. (2004)

    For the defendant-third-party plaintiff-respondent-cross-appellant-petitioner there were briefs by Robert J. Kay, Robert A. Mich, Jr. and Kay & Andersen, S.C., Madison, and Jeffrey W. Younger, Paul W. Schwarzenbart and Lee, Kilkelly, Paulson & Younger, S.C., Madison, and oral argument by Paul W. Schwarzenbart.


    Court: Wisconsin Supreme Court Docket: 01-1871
  13. State v. As (2001)

    For the respondent-respondent-petitioner there were briefs by Stephen P. Hurley, Marcus J. Berghahn and Hurley, Burish & Milliken, S.C., Madison, and oral argument by Marcus J. Berghahn.


    Court: Wisconsin Supreme Court Docket: 99-2317
  14. State v. Dyess (1985)

    For the plaintiff-respondent there was a brief by Jeffrey M. Gabrysiak, assistant attorney general, with whom on the brief was Bronson C. La Follette, attorney general, and oral argument by Daniel O'Brien, assistant attorney general.


    Court: Wisconsin Supreme Court Docket: 83-891-CR
  15. Grams v. Boss (1980)

    For the Associated Hospital Service, Inc., there were briefs by Steven E. Keane, Ronald M. Wawrzyn and Foley & Lardner of Milwaukee, and Foley & Seehawer, S.C., of counsel, of Racine, and oral argument by Mr. Keane of Milwaukee.


    Court: Wisconsin Supreme Court Docket: 78-567
  16. Brockmeyer v. Dun & Bradstreet (1983)

    For the respondent and cross-appellant-petitioner there were briefs in court of appeals by Kent C. Jones and Cape & Jones, Milwaukee, and oral argument by Kent C. Jones.


    Court: Wisconsin Supreme Court Docket: 81-2024
  17. In the Matter of Disciplinary Proceedings Against Eisenberg (2004)

    For the respondent-appellant there were briefs by Richard J. Cayo, Christopher T. Kolb and Halling & Cayo, S.C., Milwaukee, and oral argument by Richard J. Cayo and Alan D. Eisenberg.


    Court: Wisconsin Supreme Court Docket: 02-0386-D
  18. Kremers-Urban Co. v. American Employers Ins. (1984)

    For the defendant-appellant and cross-respondent there were briefs by John R. Hoaglund, Jr., Robert E. Wrenn, Susan J. Martin, and Gibbs, Roper, Loots & Williams, Milwaukee, and Jacobs, Williams and Montgomery, Ltd., Chicago, Illinois, and oral argument by Barry L. Kroll.


    Court: Wisconsin Supreme Court Docket: 82-991
  19. Wangen v. Ford Motor Co. (1980)

    For the appellant there were briefs by Walter L. Merten, Paul E. Schwemer and Merten & Schwemer, S.C., of Milwaukee, and oral argument by Walter L. Merten and Paul E. Schwemer.


    Court: Wisconsin Supreme Court Docket: 77-893, 77-894
  20. Seider v. O'CONNELL (2000)

    Amicus curiae was filed by Noreen J. Parrett, Kristen E. Crisp and LaFollette Sinykin, LLP, Madison for the Wisconsin Insurance Alliance and Wisconsin Association of Mutual Insurance Companies.


    Court: Wisconsin Supreme Court Docket: 98-1223

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