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March/April 2017 Issue

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Recreational Immunity Applied When Grandparent Injured While Supervising Grandchildren at City-Owned Pool

Brian P. Goodman
A recent Wisconsin Court of Appeals case held that recreational immunity shielded a city from liability for injuries to someone who was supervising others engaged…

Court of Appeals Upholds Oshkosh Special Events Ordinance

Julia Potter
In its recent decision in City of Oshkosh v. Kubiak, 2016AP804 (Feb. 15, 2017), the Wisconsin Court of Appeals held that the City of Oshkosh…

Wisconsin Supreme Court Rules That The Public Can Carry Concealed Weapons On Public Transportation

On Tuesday, March 7, 2017, the Wisconsin Supreme Court issued a decision in Wisconsin Carry, Inc. v. City of Madison, 2017 WI 19, that prohibits…

Employer Attendance Policies and Unemployment Compensation

Brian P. Goodman
An employee who is terminated for “misconduct” has reduced eligibility for unemployment benefits. Whether an employee engaged in “misconduct” was previously addressed solely under a…

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