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Karen Baker v. Department of Health Services, 2012 WI App 72 (recommended for publication); case activity Service, by Mail – Generally  ¶3 n. 2: … In the absence of a statutory provision, the rule in Wisconsin is that service of notice by mail is not effective until the party receives it.  Hotel Hay Corp. v. Milner Hotels… Read More

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State v. Dione Wendell Haywood, 2009 WI App 178 For Haywood: Robert E. Haney Issue/Holding: ¶1 n. 1: Haywood’s notice of appeal mistakenly asserts that he also appeals “from … the postconviction motion dated December 2, 2008.”  First, Haywood’s appeal is from the circuit court’s order denying his motion, not from the motion.  Second, the… Read More

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Waukesha County v. Genevieve M., 2009 WI App 173 For Genevieve M.: Lora B. Cerone, SPD, Madison Appellate Issue/Holding: ¶ 2 n. 2: The failure of the notice of appeal to correctly identify the final appealable document is not fatal to appellate jurisdiction. See Carrington v. St. Paul Fire & Marine Ins. Co., 169 Wis… Read More

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Waukesha County v. Genevieve M., 2009 WI App 173 For Genevieve M.: Lora B. Cerone, SPD, Madison Appellate Issue/Holding: Although a ch. 54 guardianship appeal is decided by a 3-judge and ch. 55 protective placement by a 1-judge panel, when the 2 were commenced and decided under a single trial court case number, the appeal… Read More

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State v. Patrick Jackson, 2007 WI App 145, PFR filed 6/6/07 For Jackson: Marcella De Peters Issue/Holding: Footnote 1: Patrick Jackson’s notice of appeal says that he is appealing the trial-court order denying his motion for postconviction relief. The notice of appeal does not also indicate that he is also appealing from the judgment of… Read More

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