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Liability 439, February 2021 by Attorneys Ted Waskowski and Kyle W. Engelke, Stafford Rosenbaum LLP
Liability 438, January 2021 by Kail Decker, City Attorney and Patrick Mitchell, Chief of Police, City of West Allis
Traffic Regulation 432, December 2020 by Attorneys E. Joseph Kershek and Kimberly Kershek
Nuisances 161, December 2020 by Attorney Nathan Bayer, Crivello Carlson s.c.
Sanitation 30, December 2020 by Curt Witynski, Deputy Director, League of Wisconsin Municipalities
Powers of Municipalities 940, November 2020 by Curt Witynski, JD, Deputy Executive Director, League of Wisconsin Municipalities
Employees 367, November 2020 by Curt Witynski, JD, Deputy Executive Director, League of Wisconsin Municipalities
Powers of Municipalities 939, September 2020 by Curt Witynski, J.D., Deputy Executive Director, Claire Silverman, Legal Counsel, Maria Davis, Assistant Legal Counsel, League of Wisconsin Municipalities
Police 314, August 2020 by Claire Silverman, Legal Counsel, League of Wisconsin Municipalities
Licensing and Regulation 403
Public Utilities 356
Powers of Municipalities 937
Governing Bodies 410
Licensing & Regulation 402
Licensing & Regulation 401
Municipal Corporations 60
Public Utilities 355
Governing Bodies 409
Employees 272R3, Licensing & Regulation 400, Miscellaneous 21
Fidelity Bonds 33 R-2
Courts 369, Liability 435
Courts 369 Wisconsin Supreme Court declined to adopt interpretation of governmental immunity statute that would reverse longstanding precedent and expand municipal liability under sec. 893.80(4) explaining that to do so would create problems for governmen...
Licensing/Regulation 399, Ordinances/Resolutions 511: Legal comment discussing the constitutionality of panhandling ordinances in the wake of Reed v. Town of Gilbert, 135 S.Ct. 2218 (2015) and Norton v. City of Springfield, 806 F.3d 411 (7th Cir. 2015).
Liability 434, Nuisances 160: Concerts constituting a nuisance are considered separate events for purposes of the 120-day notice timeline in Wisconsin Statute § 893.80(1d). Yacht Club at Sister Bay Condo Assn., Inc. v. Village of Sister Bay, 2019 WI 4.
Municipal Corporations 59: Provides overview of Wis. Stat. sec. 62.05 which classifies cities as 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th class cities based on population as well as procedure for altering classification and some differences between the different classes.
Licensing & Regulation 398
Public Records 151