Litigation

Axley has earned a reputation as one of Wisconsin’s premiere litigation firms as a result of our vast experience handling a wide variety of disputes for a diverse group of clients. We best serve our clients by investigating the facts on a case-by-case basis and analyzing the applicable law. We then discuss our clients’ goals and assist our clients to achieve the best result.

Our approach has proven successful whether a case goes through negotiations or to trial. For us, “winning” means getting the best results for our clients, in a timely manner and at a reasonable cost. Our litigation attorneys have a long history of proven success. From simple collection matters to complex liability cases, Axley’s team of litigation attorneys has the experience to deliver results.

Client Successes

Some of our past experience in the field.
Representation in Contract and Land Use Issues
Represent solid waste company; biosolids, septage and manure haulers/applicators; and remediation and electronic demanufacturing companies in contract and land use issues.
Representation in Breach of Contract Litigation
Defended landfill owner in Wisconsin breach of contract litigation; obtained trial verdict that client responsible for $0 in damages despite court’s earlier finding that landfill did not comply with contract.
Thomas Hofbauer
Commercial Litigation, Litigation
Representation of Property Insurer
Successfully defended property insurer of Illinois bowling alley complex in first party insurance claim with over $2.8 million in property damage and lost business income claims.
Thomas Hofbauer

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Limits on the Scope of Wisconsin's Recreational Immunity Statute

Wisconsin’s Recreational Immunity statute, Wis. Stat. § 895.52, provides owners of private property with broad protection from liability to persons...
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Bipartisan Bill Aims to Provide Real Property Owners Protection from ADA "Drive-By" Lawsuits

On February 15, 2018, the U.S. House of Representatives voted in favor of passing H.R. 620, also known as the...
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Wisconsin Supreme Court Rules Executive Branch Cannot Sanction Judges for Decisions

In a recent decision, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that the Crime Victims Rights Board (CVRB)—an executive branch agency—violated the...

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