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Today's released Wisconsin Supreme Court opinions Search for opinions and dispositional orders Opinions scheduled for release Disposition tables list actions taken on petitions for review, petitions to bypass certifications, motions for reconsideration and attorney medical incapacity matters.These tables are updated approximately six times per year and are also printed in the official reports.Our subscribers are individual lawyers, firms of all sizes, law schools, administrative agencies, the Louisiana House and Senate, individual judges, and entire courts, including all of the Louisiana courts of appeal.Subscriptions are available by email or traditional mail and are provided to individuals or firms/groups.
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