Attorneys Jeffrey Mandell and Isaac Brodkey Publish Wisconsin Fair Dealership Law Essay in Wisconsin Law Review
On Tuesday, November 14, Attorneys Jeff Mandell and Isaac Brodkey authored and published an article for the Wisconsin Law Review. The article, “Recent U.S. Supreme Court Decision Shows that the Dormant Commerce Clause Does Not Preclude Wisconsin Fair Dealership Law Damages for Sales beyond State Borders,” discusses the U.S. Constitution’s Commerce Clause and its relationship to the WFDL’s reaches and suggested limitations, the WFDL by comparison to other states’ similar laws, and antidiscrimination against out-of-state business when it comes to WFDL protections.
Attorney Jeffrey A. Mandell is a partner at Stafford Rosenbaum LLP in Madison, Wisconsin, where he maintains a broad practice in appellate and trial litigation, with particular concentrations on democracy issues and dealership law. He is a current co-author of the definitive treatise on the Wisconsin Fair Dealership Law, which is published by the State Bar of Wisconsin. Attorney Isaac S. Brodkey is a senior associate in Stafford Rosenbaum LLP’s Madison office; his practice focuses primarily on dealership and franchise issues. Law Clerk Stephen C. Goettsche assisted with researching and writing this article.
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