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02.12.13 | Supreme Court Oral Argument: Marilyn M. Brown v. Acuity, A Mutual Insurance Company
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Venue:  State Capitol
Event Time:  10:45AM
Agenda
Supreme Court Case 11AP583 - Marilyn M. Brown v. Acuity, A Mutual Insurance Company
People
Abrahamson, Shirley
Brantmeier, Bennett
Crooks, Patrick
Gableman, Michael
Kingsland Ziegler, Annette
Prosser, Jr., David
Riley, J. Michael
Roggensack, Patience
Stachowiak, Keith
Walsh Bradley, Ann
02.12.13 | Supreme Court Oral Argument: Marilyn M. Brown v. Acuity, A Mutual Insurance Company
Duration: [01:21:47]
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The Wisconsin Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case of Marilyn M. Brown v. Acuity, A Mutual Insurance Company on February 12, 2013 at the state Capitol. This insurance case arose from an automobile collision involving a volunteer firefighter who ran a red light in his personal car while responding to the station for a call. The Supreme Court was asked to examine whether driving by a volunteer firefighter on the way to the fire station in response to a call is a discretionary activity, entitling the firefighter to government immunity from tort liability.