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The Business of Business Courts in Wisconsin 2020

Product ID: CA3132R5
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Endorsed by the Business Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin

Avoid unfortunate collateral effects

When businesses are entangled in a lawsuit, the litigants aren’t the only ones who are affected. The outcome also affects employees, customers, competitors, and suppliers. In 2017, the Wisconsin Supreme Court approved the Commercial Docket Pilot Project to resolve large claim business and commercial cases more efficiently and “with the least amount of costs.”1

The Business of Business Courts in Wisconsin will familiarize you with the pilot project so you can feel more confident taking advantage of the commercial docket.

In everyone’s best interest

Litigators and judges familiar with the pilot program will share best practices to keep cases moving forward. You’ll leave knowing:

  • Whether your case qualifies for business court
  • How to file your case for the commercial docket and what to expect next
  • Why the program is applicable to businesses of all sizes
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Member $89.00

Non-Member $139.00

Credits

1 CLE

Date and Time

Tuesday, January 19, 202112:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT

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Endorsed by the Business Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin

Avoid unfortunate collateral effects

When businesses are entangled in a lawsuit, the litigants aren’t the only ones who are affected. The outcome also affects employees, customers, competitors, and suppliers. In 2017, the Wisconsin Supreme Court approved the Commercial Docket Pilot Project to resolve large claim business and commercial cases more efficiently and “with the least amount of costs.”1

The Business of Business Courts in Wisconsin will familiarize you with the pilot project so you can feel more confident taking advantage of the commercial docket.

In everyone’s best interest

Litigators and judges familiar with the pilot program will share best practices to keep cases moving forward. You’ll leave knowing:

  • Whether your case qualifies for business court
  • How to file your case for the commercial docket and what to expect next
  • Why the program is applicable to businesses of all sizes
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Endorsed by the Business Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin

Avoid unfortunate collateral effects

When businesses are entangled in a lawsuit, the litigants aren’t the only ones who are affected. The outcome also affects employees, customers, competitors, and suppliers. In 2017, the Wisconsin Supreme Court approved the Commercial Docket Pilot Project to resolve large claim business and commercial cases more efficiently and “with the least amount of costs.”1

The Business of Business Courts in Wisconsin will familiarize you with the pilot project so you can feel more confident taking advantage of the commercial docket.

In everyone’s best interest

Litigators and judges familiar with the pilot program will share best practices to keep cases moving forward. You’ll leave knowing:

  • Whether your case qualifies for business court
  • How to file your case for the commercial docket and what to expect next
  • Why the program is applicable to businesses of all sizes
Read More ↓

Hon. Michael J. Aprahamian
Waukesha County Circuit Court, Waukesha

Laura A. Brenner
Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren, S.C., Milwaukee

Hon. James A. Morrison
Marinette County Circuit Court, Marinette

Thomas Schappa
District Court Administrator at Wisconsin Court System, Wisconsin Supreme Court, Madison

  • Understand the goals of the Commercial Docket Pilot Program
  • Identify cases that should be assigned to commercial dockets
  • Learn the mechanics for filing a case in business court
  • Get practice tips from litigators and judges involved in the pilot program
  • Help your clients exit the litigation cycle more quickly
  • Provide feedback to commercial court judges to help make the program even better
  • Business lawyers
  • Commercial litigators
  • Commercial real estate attorneys
  • Insolvency attorneys
  • Creditors’ rights attorneys
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