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A. Leslie Unger-Perrott

Labor Law, Employment
Status:  Inactive           Licensed:  40 Years

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

County of Dane v. LABOR AND INDUSTRY REVIEW COMM.

We review a decision of the court of appeals [1] affirming the circuit court's decision, [2] which affirmed the Labor and Industry Review Commission's (LIRC) order directing that Gloria Graham (Graham) is eligible to receive a statutory award for permanent disfigurement under ...

Coulee Catholic Schools v. LABOR AND INDUSTRY REVIEW COMM.

¶ 3 We conclude that both the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment of the United States Constitution and the Freedom of Conscience Clauses in Article I, Section 18 of the Wisconsin Constitution preclude employment discrimination claims under §§ 111.31 to 111.395 of ...

Society Ins. v. LABOR & INDUSTRY REV. COM'N

¶ 3 Under the law in effect at the time of Liska's injury, Society's liability to pay Liska's benefits or treatment expense expired on June 12, 2002, pursuant to the 12-year statute of limitations. See Wis. Stat. 389 § 102.17(4) (2003-04). [1] Therefore, any subsequent ...