Civil Procedure

Sean A. Bukowski

The phrase “except as provided” is a fairly innocuous phrase commonly seen in various statutes or if you are young enough to remember, the run-of-the-mill law school textbook on statutory interpretation. It is so common within the Wisconsin statutes that according to Justice Bradley, the phrase renders over 3,000 results in Westlaw.

But if you practice in the world of construction law and defend contractors and their insurers, you may be familiar with the phrase located
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