Todd Brunclik, creative director at Madison-based Innovative Schools Network, helped support the website for Milwaukee education technology startup Project Foundry, but says he did not receive the contracted payment.

That’s what Brunclik claims in a lawsuit filed in Milwaukee County Circuit Court in June against Keystone Insights Inc., which does business as Project Foundry, for breach of contract.

According to the complaint, on April 22, 2015, Brunclik and Keystone Insights signed a contract for the website and application support. Brunclik would provide testing of Project Foundry’s website and apps and document the results of those tests. Read the full story here.