March 25, 2020
How Will COVID-19 Affect Wisconsin Landlords and Tenants?
Russell Karnes of Gimbel, Reilly, Guerin & Brown LLP discusses how Wisconsin's "Safe at Home" order, as well as court orders, impact landlords and tenants, noting the halt of eviction proceedings.
Amidst the rapid spread of (Coronavirus), Wisconsin is now under a “Safer at Home” Order and the circuit courts in Dane and Milwaukee counties, as well as the Wisconsin Supreme Court, have issued orders affecting the rights of landlords and tenants.
In his article, “How Will COVID-19 Affect Wisconsin Landlords and Tenants,” Russell Karnes of Gimbel, Reilly, Guerin & Brown LLP discusses how these orders impact landlords and tenants, noting the halt of eviction proceedings. The firm also has a COVID-19 resource page with regularly published updates to the firm’s blog.
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