Nancy Bartlett v. Tony Evers

Appeal Number 2019AP001376 - OA

Supreme Court

CASE HISTORY
Status
Court
Filing Date
Anticipated Due Date
Activity
PEND
SC
08-10-2020
Remittitur

OCCD
SC
07-10-2020
Judge Panel: Roggensack, Bradley, Ziegler, Bradley, Kelly, Dallet, Hagedorn
Opinion: Per Curiam
Decision: Other Pages: 4
Roggensack, Patience Drake Wrote Concur/Dissent Opinion 47 pages.
Bradley, Ann Walsh Wrote Concur/Dissent Opinion 51 pages.
Kelly, Daniel Wrote Concur/Dissent Opinion 45 pages.
Hagedorn, Brian K. Wrote Concurring Opinion 26 pages.
Dallet, Rebecca F. Joined Concur/Dissent Opinion
Additional Judge Action:of Ann Walsh Bradley, J.
Ziegler, Annette K. Joined Concurring Opinion
Additional Judge Action:of Brian K. Hagedorn, J.
Bradley, Rebecca Grassl Joined Concur/Dissent Opinion
Additional Judge Action:of Daniel Kelly, J.
Order Text: by the court - Rights declared; relief granted in part denied in part

OCCD
SC
07-09-2020
Public Domain Citation
Comment: PDC No: 2020 WI 68

OCCD
SC
04-20-2020
Oral Argument
Comment: 1st case, 9:45 a.m. (ARGUMENT WILL BE PRESENTED VIA VIDEO/AUDIO CONFERENCING). Attorney Richard M. Esenberg for PET, Attorney Misha Tseytlin for AMI, Attorney Colin Roth for RES.

OCCD
SC
03-04-2020
Briefs Received At State Law Library

OCCD
SC
02-27-2020
Comment: Respondents response to the Wisconsin Legislature's Amicus Curiae Brief

OCCD
SC
02-17-2020
Briefs Received At State Law Library

OCCD
SC
02-13-2020
Motion for Miscellaneous Relief
Filed By: Colin Roth
Submit Date: 2-13-2020
Decision: (G) Grant
Decision Date: 2-14-2020
ORD that the motion is granted. Respondents may file a single brief in response to the non-party amicus curiae brief which shall not exceed 3000 words on or before February 28, 2020.
Comment: Leave to file response to the proposed non-party brief of the legislature

OCCD
SC
02-12-2020
Filed By: Misha Tseytlin
Comment: Wisconsin Legislature

OCCD
SC
02-12-2020
Briefs Received At State Law Library

OCCD
SC
02-05-2020
Motion to File Amicus/Non-Party Brief
Filed By: Misha Tseytlin
Submit Date: 2-5-2020
Decision: (G) Grant
Decision Date: 2-12-2020
ORD that the motion to file a non-party brief amicus curiae is granted and the brief is accepted for filing. FRO that the court grants the Legislature's motion to permit its counsel a total of ten minutes of argument time. FRO that the proposed allocation of oral argument time is accepted. The sequence of arguments shall be as follows: (1) The petitioners shall present the initial argument for 30 minutes; (2) the amicus, the Wisconsin Legislature, shall have 10 minutes of oral argument time; (3) The respondent's Tony Evers, et al., shall have 40 minutes of oral argument time; and (4) the petitioners may have 5 minutes rebuttal. ANN WALSH BRADLEY, J., did not participate in this order.

OCCD
SC
02-04-2020
Assigned-Oral Argument

OCCD
SC
02-04-2020
Reply Brief-Supreme Court
Reply Brief - Supreme Court
Filed By: Anthony LoCoco

OCCD
SC
01-23-2020
Filed By: Colin Roth
Comment: Separate Appendix.

OCCD
SC
12-09-2019
Comment: Separate Appendix.

OCCD
SC
10-30-2019
Motion for Miscellaneous Relief
Filed By: Maura Whelan
Submit Date: 10-30-2019
Decision: (G) Grant
Decision Date: 11-1-2019
IT IS ORDERED that the motion is granted. The briefing schedule shall be set as follows: (1) petitioners' opening brief shall be filed by December 9, 2019; (2) respondents' response brief shall be filed by 45 days thereafter, i.e., January 23, 2020; and (3) petitioners' reply brief shall be filed by 15 days after the response brief is filed.
Comment: Motion for Modification of Briefing Schedule

OCCD
SC
08-05-2019
Court Order
IT IS ORDERED that, on or before August 19, 2019, the petitioners shall file an amended petition in the form of a complaint containing numbered paragraphs and a prayer for relief that lists the precise relief sought. In addition to alleging specific facts necessary to understand the petitioner's claims, the amended petition shall identify, by section of Act 9 and statutory section number, each veto that the petitioners seek to challenge and shall set forth the language of that specific section, as passed by the Wisconsin Legislature, and shall show the portions of the section vetoed by the Governor. For each challenged veto, the amended petition shall identify the specific constitutional provision or constitutional doctrine that the partial veto is alleged to violate and shall contain a short statement of the petitioner's claim regarding the constitutionality of that partial veto. In addition, for each challenged veto, the amended petition shall set forth the specific relief that the petitioners seek.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that, within 20 days of the filing of the amended petition, the respondents shall file a joint response or separate responses to the amended petition, in the form of an answer. The respondents may also file a memorandum or separate memoranda in support of their response.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that, within 14 days after the filing of the last response, the parties shall file a stipulation of all relevant facts and a joint statement or separate statements that specify what factual issues are in dispute and how those disputed factual issues are relevant to the legal issues set forth in the amended petition.

OCCD
SC
08-05-2019
Attorney Change
Comment: AAG Colin T. Roth and Maura FJ Whelan for respondent per notice of appearance.

OCCD
SC
07-31-2019
Fee Paid
Comment: Receipt No: 19R 001979

OCCD
SC
07-31-2019
Attorney address updated
Comment: Address changed for attorney: 42340 Luke N. Berg

OCCD
SC
07-31-2019
Attorney address updated
Comment: Address changed for attorney: 39536 Lucas Thomas Vebber

OCCD
SC
07-31-2019
Petition for an Original Action
Filed By: Richard Esenberg
Submit Date: 7-31-2019
Decision: (G) Grant
Decision Date: 10-16-2019
ORD that the Amended Petition for Original Action is granted and this court assumes jurisdiction over this action.
FRO that the Joint Stipulation of Facts (1) are adopted as the controlling facts in this court; (2) shall supersede any assertion/denial set forth in the other filings; and (3) shall be construed as leaving no additional material facts in dispute.
FRO that within 40 days of the date of this order the petitioners shall file a brief in this court; that within 30 days thereafter the respondents shall file a responsive brief that also addresses any affirmative defenses; within 15 days thereafter the petitioners shall file a reply brief.
FRO that parties' briefs shall conform to the applicable requirements set forth in Wis. Stat. (Rule) 809.19.
FRO that the parties will be notified in due course of the scheduling of oral argument.
Motion Response
Filed By: Richard Esenberg
Submit Date: 9-20-2019
Motion Response
Filed By: Maura Whelan
Submit Date: 9-9-2019
Motion Response
Filed By: Richard Esenberg
Submit Date: 9-20-2019
Comment: Memorandum in Support filed w/petition