Monday, August 09, 2010

State Court Challenge to GAB Rule

This afternoon, Jim Troupis (with his brother Christ), Michael Dean and I filed a petition for original action in the Wisconsin Supreme Court challenging the constitutionality of new GAB Rule 1.28. A copy of the filing is here.

9 comments:

John Foust said...

You meant somewhere over here at AFP WI?? The link you made points to your Marquette email box. You do all this shilling from your @marquette.edu account?

Rick Esenberg said...

So testy!

I fixed the link and one doesn't blog from an e-mail account. One might, if one was at home (as I generally am during the summer), remotely access his work e-mail and one could, by mistake, paste the e-mail address for the log-in page instead of the link to the AFP page.

John Foust said...

That's why I helped you with the link. You're welcome!

But your link still doesn't work. I couldn't find it on the AFP page. Did I look hard enough? Or was this just a trick to increase hits on the AFP site?

Click on the link from your work/politics email, wait for it to open in a new window, then cut-and-paste that URL from that window.

Anonymous said...

link doesnt work

Anonymous said...

Guess what? Wittenwyler out-maneuvered you.

William Tyroler said...

Petition: here. Stipulated injunction and order: here.

Dad29 said...

Congrats on the injunction!

Anonymous said...

DaddyZero, you're congratulating the wrong lawyer. The Professor doesn't have an injunction. The winning lawyer is Mike Wittenwyler, who filed the first lawsuit. The Professor filed the last lawsuit of three. A day late and a dollar short.

Dad29 said...

I trust Rick to pass the congrats to the responsible party/ies.