The 2021-2022 supplement includes a number of changes, such as the following:
· The Wisconsin Supreme Court issued a decision concerning a punitive-damages award in a breach-of-contract and unjust-enrichment case
· New rules govern the conditions of liability and benefits available for law enforcement officers and firefighters with posttraumatic stress disorder in some situations
· Wisconsin’s federal district courts issued decisions in several tortious interference cases
· The Wisconsin Court of Appeals determined whether a law firm was responsible for significant tax liabilities incurred by shareholders of a closely held corporation
All statutory, case-law, and regulatory citations in the book have been updated.
The 2019–20 revision includes a number of changes, such as the following:
- In a 2019 opinion, the U.S. Supreme Court discussed exhaustion of remedies in Fifth Amendment Takings Clause claims
- In an opinion issued in 2019 and ordered published in 2020, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals discussed whether estate and wrongful death beneficiaries might be entitled to prejudgment interest under Wis. Stat. § 628.46
- The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin, in a 2019 opinion, discussed whether malice is an element of a tortious interference cause of action
- The Wisconsin Supreme Court, in a 2019 opinion, decided whether an attorney can be liable to a party named in a will if the attorney was negligent in drafting or supervising execution of the will
All statutory, regulatory, and case-law cites in the book have been updated, and several discussions have been tightened or reformatted for improved readability.