Supreme Court November Oral Arguments

The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in six cases next week, marking the beginning of the November calendar.

On Monday, Nov. 5, the court will hear arguments in two cases of note:

  • Yacht Club at Sister Bay Condo Association, Inc. v. Village of Sister Bay will determine whether each nuisance-causing event at a town venue is a new “event” triggering a new 120-day notice period for filing a claim against the town.
  • Peter Ogden Family Trust of 2008 v. Board of Review for the Town of Delafield will review the standards for assessing land as agricultural versus residential for property tax purposes.

On Wednesday, Nov. 7, the court will hear three more cases, including Daniel Marx v. Richard Morris. In this case, the court will decide whether members of a limited liability company (LLC) have standing to assert a claim against another member of the LLC as individuals, not on behalf of the LLC. Furthermore, the court will decide whether Wisconsin’s LLC law pre-empts common law claims.

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