Attorney Jason Scoby Reappointed to Fourth Consecutive Term as Chair of MBA’s Corporate, Banking & Business Section

Attorney Jason Scoby of O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C. was recently reappointed to serve as Chair of the Corporate, Banking & Business Section of the Milwaukee Bar Association (“MBA”) for the fourth consecutive year. In this role, Attorney Scoby focuses on providing continuing legal education presentations and resources, as well as networking opportunities for attorneys and other professionals in the corporate, banking, and business field.

Some of the topics previously addressed and to be addressed in upcoming presentations include:

  • Mergers and Acquisitions and Important Considerations when Buying or Selling a Business
  • Issues in Commercial Loan Transactions
  • Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (commonly referred to as “Obamacare”)
  • Choice of Business Entity and the Associated Business and Tax Implications
  • Drafting Enforceable Non-Compete Agreements
  • Antitrust Impact on Businesses
  • Contract Drafting

If you would like further information regarding an upcoming MBA event, or if you are interested in making a presentation for the MBA’s Corporate, Banking & Business Section, please contact Jason at  He can also be reached directly at 414-291-4714.

Attorney Scoby assists clients on corporate and business-related issues.  He focuses primarily on mergers and acquisitions, commercial loan transactions, and general corporate law (e.g. contract review, preparation and negotiation, and general business and legal advice to closely held businesses).

O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C., founded in Milwaukee in 1973, is a full-service legal practice that primarily focuses on providing business law and civil litigation services to closely-held businesses and their owners. The firm represents corporations, institutions and partnerships at all stages of the business life cycle, helping them start, grow and transition from one generation to the next. We also assist business owners with their personal legal needs including tax and estate planning, family law, and litigation-including personal injury litigation.