Sunday, July 12, 2020

Wisconsin appellate court week July 13th-17th 2020

Events | Courts last week | Courts this week

Upcoming Federalist Society events include

September 3rd Wisconsin Lawyers Chapters Conference, Pewaukee, Milwaukee Lawyers Chapter and Madison Lawyers Chapter (save the date)

February 26-27 National Student Symposium, University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School (save the dates)

Supplement to last week

Court of Appeals Holds That Insureds are Entitled to Recover UIM Benefits Regardless of Whether The Insureds Themselves Sustain Bodily Injury, by Heidi L. Vogt, Milwaukee, and John P. Pinz, Madison, von Briesen & Roper s.c., on Brey v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Ins. Co., 2019AP1320 (Recommended for Publication)

SCOW approves wide police discretion in traffic stops, lets racial bias go unchecked, Wisconsin State Public Defender, on State v. Brown, 2020 WI 63

Defense win – no exigency justified warrantless blood draw, Wisconsin State Public Defender, on State v. Hay, 2020 WI App 35

Criminal Law, Justia Opinion Summary, on United States v. Payne, No. 19-2384 (7th Cir. 2020)

Federal Preemption of Weight Limits, Wisconsin Civil Justice Council, on Town of Delafield v. Centra Transport Kriewaldt, 2020 WI 61

Wisconsin Supreme Court Reins in Agency Authorities, Great Lakes Legal Foundation, on Papa v. Wisconsin Department of Health Services, 2020 WI 66

Wisconsin Supreme Court OKs GOP-authored lame-duck laws, by Todd Richmond, Associated Press, Wisconsin Law Journal, on Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 1 v. Vos, 2020 WI 67

Supreme Court Statistical Report - June 2020, Wisconsin Court System

Wisconsin high court gives mixed ruling on partial vetoes, by Scott Bauer, Associated Press, Wisconsin Law Journal, on Bartlett v. Evers, 2020 WI 68, and Wisconsin Small Business United Inc. v. Brennan, 2020 WI 69

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 have no argument scheduled. Any 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 conferences on pending petitions for review:

Pending rules petitions (none currently scheduled for hearing or conference)

The Court of Appeals has no oral argument scheduled.

U.S. Supreme Court Calendars and Lists, Argument Calendar:

Calendar for October Term 2020
Latest slip opinions

U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit: this week's Opinions and Unpublished Orders