WAUSAU, Wis. - A Wisconsin Court of Appeals panel on July 31 held that a trial court judge did not err in awarding summary judgment to a cabinet maker accused of defectively constructing its product, finding that the plaintiff was unable to demonstrate a breach of contract because the agreement said not to install the cabinets if there were any defects (Todd Verdone, et al. v. Wads Woodworks Inc., et al., No. 2013AP2331, Wis. App., Dist. 3; 2014 Wis. App. LEXIS 642).