Sunday, October 6, 2019

Wisconsin appellate court week October 7th-11th 2019

Events | Courts last week | Courts this week

Upcoming Federalist Society events include

October 17th Douglas P. Seaton, "The Aftermath of Janus: Initial Union Reaction and the Status of the New Cases So Far", Western Wisconsin Lawyers Chapter (details and registration)

October 24th James J. Duane, "What Every American Needs to Know About the Fifth Amendment", Marquette Student Chapter (details and registration)

November 14th-16th "Originalism", National Lawyers Convention, Washington DC, DC Young Lawyers Chapter, Washington DC Lawyers Chapter, and Capitol Hill Chapter (details and registration)

April 25th Inaugural Midwestern Lawyers Chapters Conference, Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library, Springfield, Illinois, presented by the Chicago, St. Louis, and Jefferson City Lawyers Chapters (save the date)


Supplement to last week

Opinions Publication Order, Wisconsin Court of Appeals, 2019 WI App 49-53

Federal judge throws out lawsuit over lame-duck laws limiting power of Wisconsin governor, by Patrick Marley, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

State Bar of Wisconsin Faces Second Federal Challenge to Mandatory Status, WisBar News

Run for State Bar Officer or Board Position: 'It was My Best Decision', by Kathy Brost, Legacy Private Trust Company, Neenah, president-elect, State Bar of Wisconsin, Inside Track

Graham announces run to retain Court of Appeals seat, by Michaela Paukner, Wisconsin Law Journal

Appeals Court: Riding Lawn Mower is a 'Motor Vehicle' for OWI Purposes, by Joe Forward, WisBar News, State v. Schoeder, 2018AP997-CR (Wis. App.)

Wisconsin Supreme Court oral arguement:
- State v. Brantner, 2018AP53-CR
- Hinrichs v. DOW Chemical Co., 2017AP2361
WisconsinEye video

Former Gang Leader was Wrongly Designated Career Offender, but Error Harmless, by Joe Forward, WisBar News, Daniels v. U.S., No. 17-2618, (7th Cir.)

State Bar of Wisconsin - Board of Governors Positions, Bill Track 50, 2019-2020 Regular Session

This week:

Here are the lists of the Wisconsin Court System's links to:

as they are posted.

Supreme Court pending cases and pending disciplinary complaints include those scheduled for oral argument:

Dates set aside for arguments but to which specific cases have not yet been scheduled can be found on the Yearly Oral Argument Schedule - 2019/2020 Term.

Next conference on pending petitions for review:

Pending rules petitions include those scheduled for hearing or conference

The Court of Appeals has oral argument scheduled for


U.S. Supreme Court 2019 Term:
Calendars and Lists; Argument Calendar:
Argument for
- October 2019 (October 7-16, 2019)
- November 2019 (November 4-13, 2019)
- December 2019(December 2-11, 2019

U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit: this week's Opinions and Unpublished Orders