Window Select back in court for two eviction hearings
WAUKESHA COUNTY, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Two separate eviction hearings were held Monday in Waukesha County court for Window Select.
Marcus Hirsch, the attorney representing Window Select, said that the company has come to an agreement to pay what they owe in order to avoid eviction.
In two separate cases, the company is being sued for non-payment of rent. The total amount owed surpassed $50,000.
One case is brought by MJM Partnership for non-payment of rent at the Window Select office on Silver Spring Drive in Menomonee Falls.
The other case is for Window Select's distribution warehouse on Garwin Mace Drive, also in Menomonee Falls. The eviction suit is brought by Garwin Mace Road LLC.
Attorneys on both sides of the two eviction cases were able to come to a resolution.
For the Silver Spring Drive location, Window Select has agreed to pay what is owed by the end of the month to avoid eviction. July 18 is the next court date for that case.
For the warehouse, Window Select has agreed to pay this week and the case will now be handled outside of court.
This comes as countless customers continue to complain about orders that they paid for but never received.
There are also several pending lawsuits from customers against the company and a criminal fraud investigation remains ongoing.
Following the eviction hearings, CBS 58 received a statement from Attorney Marcus Hirsch, on behalf of Window Select:
"2022 continues to be a challenging year for many small businesses, and Window Select is no exception. As with normal small business operations, disputes occasionally arise between parties. This morning, Window Select appeared in court by its attorney, Marcus B. Hirsch of The Law Office of Marcus B. Hirsch, LLC. Window Select and the parties at today’s court appearances have reached agreements to resolve all issues. As such, Window Select will remain at its current locations, and continue to operate with its committed goal of taking care of its customers and working hard to make sure that happens."