A settlement of nearly $1.3 million has been reached by the family of a 25-year-old Minnesota man killed in a July 22, 2011 boat crash on the Chippewa River, Wis.
A jury has awarded $1.8 million to a former Wisconsin veterans affairs administrator, agreeing that his boss reassigned him to a job 110 miles from home to punish him for backing a former colleague’s claims that he was fired because of his race, age and sex.
The former owner of a McDonald’s in Reedsburg, Wis. has agreed to pay $1 million to nearly a dozen former employees to settle a federal sexual harassment lawsuit.
A proposed $50,000 settlement of a federal lawsuit alleging Milwaukee County, Wis. discriminated against a clerical employee of the Sheriff’s Department with post-traumatic stress disorder has been endorsed by a Milwaukee County Board committee.
The parents of a 2-year-old Houston, Texas boy who blamed their son’s death on a contaminated alcohol wipe made by a Wisconsin company have settled their lawsuit.
The City of Beloit, Wis. has agreed to pay an Illinois teen $265,000 to settle a lawsuit alleging that he was illegally strip-searched and subjected to police brutality.
A bill that would eliminate the ability of employees to sue for compensatory or punitive damages in Wisconsin state court is headed to Gov. Scott Walker, who is expected to sign the measure.
The $2 million settlement for a man who was beaten by off-duty police officers is a done deal.
A Wisconsin teen who sued after he was bitten by a police dog has settled the case for $210,000.
The Wisconsin Senate has passed a bill designed to limit the amount of fees attorneys can collect when damages are awarded to consumers who have been harmed.