The new lists of Super Lawyers® and Rising Stars are out and O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C. is proud to announce that 12 (approximately 40%) of our lawyers made the lists. The lists are published in the December 2011 edition of Milwaukee Magazine. Our lawyers making the list are: Super Lawyers James G. […]

Attorney Carl Holborn presented at the Financial Planning Association of Southern Wisconsin symposium titled “Planning for Change: Putting the Right Pieces Together” at the Country Springs Hotel & Conference Center in Pewaukee on October 27, 2011. Attorney Holborn discussed the importance of tax returns as a source document in the financial planning process. Two tax […]

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”). In this role, Attorney Scoby focuses on providing continuing legal education presentations and resources, as well as networking opportunities for attorneys and other professionals […]

Best Lawyers®, the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession, has named Dean P. Laing as the “Best Lawyers 2012 Milwaukee Personal Injury Litigation Lawyer of the Year. After more than a quarter of a century in publication, Best Lawyers is designating “Lawyers of the Year” in high-profile legal specialties in large […]

Attorney Carl Holborn was the guest speaker on the “Business Solutions” program hosted by Diane Chamness” on Saturday, June 18, 2011 on WISN 1130 AM radio. Carl discussed several aspects of business succession planning to include: Can the business be transferred? To whom should the business be transferred? How can the business be transferred and […]

Attorney Megan Eisch recently joined the Firm’s Business Law and Banking and Creditors’ Groups. She assists secured and unsecured corporate or individual creditors and other entities with the work out of loans, leases and other obligations. Eisch also regularly represents receivers in state Chapter 128 Receivership proceedings, real estate foreclosures, the wind-up of corporations, collection […]

The 2011 edition of the Annual Survey of Wisconsin Law published by the State Bar of Wisconsin CLE Books has recently been released for circulation and this year’s work includes another contribution by Attorneys Dean P. Laing and Patrick G. McBride in the area of evidence. The Annual Survey reviews significant Wisconsin judicial and legislative […]

The Pension Protection Act (PPA), passed by Congress in 2006, requires most tax exempt organizations to file an annual information return or notice with the IRS. Failure to file the required return or notice for three consecutive years results in automatic revocation of the organization’s tax-exempt status. The IRS has provided a list of organizations […]

The general rule in a federal individual bankruptcy is that IRAs and other qualified retirement assets are protected and such assets are not subject to the claims of the individual’s creditors. However, in the case of Ernest W. Willis v. Deborah Menotte, Red Reef, Inc. the US Court of Appeals

Attorney Claude Krawczyk was the guest speaker on the “Business Solutions” program hosted by Diane Chamness” on Saturday May 21, 2011 on WISN 1130 AM radio. Claude discussed basic intellectual property issues to include trademark

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