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March 27th, 2014

Wisconsin’s Gov. Walker Signs Asbestos Trust Fund Transparency Bill into Law

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker earlier today signed into law AB 19, asbestos trust fund transparency legislation . . . → Read More: Wisconsin’s Gov. Walker Signs Asbestos Trust Fund Transparency Bill into Law

May 29th, 2013

‘Lemon Law King’ Is Lucky Wisconsin Has No Anti-Bullying Law

In a desperate effort to marshal political forces against reform of Wisconsin’s infamously lawyer-friendly “lemon law,” self-proclaimed “Lemon Law King” Vince Megna has reportedly sent a letter to auto dealerships in the state, proclaiming they’ll become the targets of newly fashioned federal lawsuits if state law makes it harder for him to go after manufacturers . . . → Read More: ‘Lemon Law King’ Is Lucky Wisconsin Has No Anti-Bullying Law

May 13th, 2013

Video Speaks to Character of Wisconsin’s ‘Lemon Law King’ Now Fighting Reform

As reform legislation offered today in Wisconsin’s Assembly promises to close loopholes in the state’s outlier “lemon law” — loopholes that have been infamously exploited by unscrupulous lawyers there — a new video speaks to the character of one of those lawyers . . . → Read More: Video Speaks to Character of Wisconsin’s ‘Lemon Law King’ Now Fighting Reform

March 8th, 2012

Yet Another Trial Lawyer-Enriching Decision by Wisconsin’s Supreme Court

This week, in yet another bad decision, the Wisconsin Supreme Court held that the collateral source rule applies to underinsured motorists. . . . → Read More: Yet Another Trial Lawyer-Enriching Decision by Wisconsin’s Supreme Court

June 23rd, 2011

Wisconsin Appeals Court Upholds Dismissal of Medical Monitoring Claim

A three-judge panel of Wisconsin’s District III Court of Appeals recently upheld a circuit court’s dismissal of a claim for medical monitoring damages . . . → Read More: Wisconsin Appeals Court Upholds Dismissal of Medical Monitoring Claim