July/August 2017 Issue
Anita T. Gallucci, Brian P. Goodman, Julia Potter, Douglas E. Witte | 08.01.17
Articles in this issue
Wisconsin Supreme Court Expands Fair Dealership Law to Municipalities
Anita T. GallucciIn a case of first impression, the Wisconsin Supreme Court expanded the Wisconsin Fair Dealership Law (WFDL) to apply to municipalities.
Conditional Use Zoning Law in Flux
The Wisconsin Supreme Court rejected an effort to substantially change the rules applicable to conditional use permits.
Limitations on Interior Property Inspections for Property Tax Assessments
Brian P. GoodmanIn its recent decision in Milewski v. Town of Dover, 2017 WI 79, the Wisconsin Supreme Court held that requiring property owners to either consent…
Supreme Court Decides Wisconsin Regulatory Takings Case
Julia PotterUnder the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, private property cannot be taken for public use without just compensation.
County’s Courthouse Access Policy Violated First Amendment
Brian P. GoodmanIn Higher Society of Indiana v. Tippecanoe County, Indiana, 858 F.3d 1113 (2017), the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals held that a County’s policy that…
Wisconsin Supreme Court Addresses Open Meetings Law And Committees
Douglas E. WitteOn June 29, 2017, the Wisconsin Supreme Court decided that a school district’s Communication Arts I Review Committee (Review Committee) was a governmental body subject…
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