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Judge dismisses claims by 259 Neenah teachers

Two civil cases move forward in Winnebago County court

8:23 PM, Sep. 13, 2013
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A class action lawsuit filed by a group of Neenah teachers to recover more than $61 million in post-retirement benefits was deemed non-compliant with state statutes Friday in Winnebago County court.

Judge Karen L. Seifert said a school district, "is not a court of record" according to state statutes, which means a class action suit cannot be filed against it.

The court would only consider claims filed by individuals that included an itemized list of the relief sought. Of the 261 people named in the suit, only two - Bruce Moriarty and Robert Townsend - filed the required paperwork, Seifert ...

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