Supreme Court

Wisconsin Supreme Court Decision – What the Decision Means for Developers, Homeowners, Conservationists, and Neighbors.

Clair Law is proud of its efforts in the recent 5-1 Wisconsin Supreme Court Decision, Gail Moreschi v. Village of Williams Bay and Town of Linn ETZ Zoning Board of Appeals, William L. Edwards and Suzanne Edwards, 2020 WI 95. The filed written decision can be found at the following link:

Clair Law Wisconsin Supreme Court Oral Argument

Attorney Chad Pollard has the privilege to argue his client’s case to the Wisconsin Supreme Court on Tuesday, September 8, 2020. In this article we’d like to give our readers an outline of what that means.

The Wisconsin Supreme Court is the State’s highest court. It consists of 7 Justices. Justices are elected in a statewide non-partisan election. Meaning they run on there own names and merit, not political party affiliation.

Supreme Court Decision Great News for Lenders and Condominium Buyers

MADISON, WI (April 29, 2016)


Clair Law Offices is proud to announce that Attorney Edward F. Thompson argued before the Wisconsin
Supreme Court in a case on behalf of one of our Bank clients and for thousands of financial
institutions whose mortgage loans and liens were at serious jeopardy.


In Walworth State Bank v. Abbey Springs Condominium Association, 2016 WI 30, in a 5 to 2 ruling, the
Supreme Court on April 29, 2016 held in favor of the Bank.