The City of Madison’s bird-safe glass ordinance may fly in the face of the state of Wisconsin’s Uniform Commercial Building Code (Uniform Code).With the goal of streamlining building [...]
WILL warns City of Madison new bird-safe glass ordinance undermines Wisconsin’s Uniform Building Code
The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) filed a Notice of Claim, Wednesday, with the City of Madison on behalf of four real estate, development, and building associations warning that [...]
Issued amid the many reforms was an opinion by then-Attorney General Brad Schimel. It made clear a state agency could not promulgate a standard that imposed a greater restriction than that [...]
Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services Secretary-designee Dawn B. Crim issued the following memorandum regarding an attempt to modify the plan review process within the department.
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Recent developments in federal tax and economic incentives have been “fast and furious.” Our federal legislators have enacted business support through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic [...]
This article appeared in the July/August 2019 edition of the Merit Shop Contractor Magazine. Justice Kelly, endorsed by ABC of Wisconsin, highlights his thoughts on what it takes to uphold the [...]
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When election season rolls around, you will likely grow more concerned with how that expression might affect workplace productivity, morale, safety, not to mention your company’s brand or [...]
Gov. Tony Evers introduced a state budget that included significant public construction investment and the rollback of labor reforms. His first state budget proposal included many of his campaign [...]
Employees consider employers a trusted source for information, and will likely be more engaged in the political process after you talk with them.