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Arbitron Co. v. Falls Broadcasting Corp.

Supreme Court of Wisconsin
Oct 5, 1982
324 N.W.2d 431 (Wis. 1982)

Opinion

No. 80-1624.

Argued September 7, 1982. —

Decided October 5, 1982.

REVIEW of a decision of the Court of Appeals. Dismissed.

For the defendant-petitioner there was a brief (in court of appeals) and oral argument by Harvey Goldstein, Milwaukee.

For the plaintiff-respondent there was a brief (in court of appeals) by Jordan B. Reich and Kohner, Mann Kailas, S.C., Milwaukee, and oral argument by Mr. Reich.


(Dismissing petition to review of 103 Wis.2d 693, 310 N.W.2d 653 [Ct App Table].)


We conclude the petition for review should be dismissed. After full examination of the record and the briefs of the parties, and after hearing oral argument, we conclude that the case does not present the legal issues concerning modification and termination of contracts that the court anticipated when it granted the petition for review.

We conclude that the petition for review was improvidently granted.

The petition for review is dismissed.

BEILFUSS, C.J., took no part.


Summaries of

Arbitron Co. v. Falls Broadcasting Corp.

Supreme Court of Wisconsin
Oct 5, 1982
324 N.W.2d 431 (Wis. 1982)
Case details for

Arbitron Co. v. Falls Broadcasting Corp.

Case Details

Full title:ARBITRON COMPANY DIVISION OF CONTROL DATA CORPORATION, a Maryland…

Court:Supreme Court of Wisconsin

Date published: Oct 5, 1982

Citations

324 N.W.2d 431 (Wis. 1982)
324 N.W.2d 431