[James Troupis's $26,955] contract was not drafted or signed until after the work had been performed, State records show.Sweet.
N.B. An attentive reader reminds us that a former conservative colleague of Justice David Prosser's on the Wisconsin Supreme Court, Jon P. Wilcox, is of counsel at James Troupis's law firm. Justices Wilcox and Prosser were enthusiastic supporters of the risk contribution theory much excoriated by Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce, even though WMC strangely never mentioned that the two justices were so inclined.
WMC carefully avoided quoting those portions of Justice Wilcox's dissent.
That's straight-up dishonesty, but it's what we've come to expect.