On summary judgment, the Court dismissed all of Thiel's claims for money damages because he didn't file a notice of claim as required by Wis. Stat. § 893.82(3). The Court, however, recognized that Wis. Stat. § 51.61(1)(o) precluded DHFS from forcing Thiel to participate in taped treatment sessions, and granted summary judgment to Thiel on that claim. See: Thiel v. Dept. of Health and Family Services, State of Wis. Circuit Court, Branch 12, Case No. 00-CV-2745 (2003).
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Thiel v. Dept. of Health and Family Services
|Cite||WI Cir. Crt. Branch 12, Case No. 00-CV-2745 (2003)|
|Level||State Trial Court|