MADISON – Today, on behalf of Wisconsin voters in 34 legislative districts, Rathje Woodward LLC and co-counsel renewed their challenge of the state’s 2011 assembly map.
A Shelby County ambulance company can continue providing transfers for now in Effingham County. A judge on Thursday denied a request of Effingham County officials for a temporary restraining order.
How Wisconsin’s Civil Litigation Landscape Will Significantly Change on July 1, 2018
DeKalb resident Misty Haji-Sheikh is entitled to some reimbursed attorney’s fees and costs in an Open Meetings Act case against Northern Illinois University. That’s according to a ruling from a DeKalb County judge this week.
Peter Francis Geraci may have used his ever-present TV ads to build a small empire in the bankruptcy courts, but 2017 hasn’t exactly been a banner year for his highly litigious family’s own legal battles.
DeKALB – A ruling that Northern Illinois University’s Board of Trustees violated the Open Meetings Act and then gave former President Doug Baker a $600,000 severance was finalized Friday morning by a DeKalb County judge.