Law

MTI/MMSD impasse may head to court

The Madison teachers’ union president has warned of possible legal action if the Madison Metropolitan School District refuses to reissue teacher contracts with automatic raises tied to experience and educational attainment.

American Girl lawsuit resolved

The April 2020 suit has been resolved to both sides’ satisfaction and without any monetary considerations, but no specific details about the settlement were disclosed.  

Nothing but cons in PRO Act for employers

In the age-old debate about who has it better, employers or employees, it can often feel like employers have the upper hand in almost every situation, even if that’s not always the case.

Gift cards that kept on taking

Debi Offerdahl, 58, was a go-to stylist for political dignitaries and ESPN on-air talent, and her bustling salon and spa, known then as the Ultimate Spa Salon, employed about 70 people and brought in about $2.5 million a year.

Audit: WEDC compliance improving

The Wisconsin Economic Development Corp.’s (WEDC) most recent audit showed that the agency has been improving on several performance measures.

High court rules governor can’t limit capacity

In a 4–3 ruling, the Wisconsin Supreme Court said that Gov. Tony Evers' administration does not have the authority to issue capacity limits on bars, restaurants, and other businesses without legislative approval.

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