Grant Killoran, a partner in OCHD’s Litigation Practice Group, recently participated as a speaker in the Macalester College “Front Row” lecture series, a two-day event focusing on law and entrepreneurship and business, held in St. Paul, Minnesota on February 25 and 26, 2010. Attorney Killoran was one of twelve lawyer alumni of Macalester College invited […]

In an effort to “promote the deployment of broadband and other wireless services by reducing delays in the construction and improvement of wireless networks,” the Federal Communications Commission recently issued a ruling that affects the way in which state and local governments review applications to construct wireless communication facilities, such as cell phone towers and […]

Attorney Carl D. Holborn has been nominated by Kenosha County Executive James Kreuser and approved by the Kenosha County Board of Supervisors to the serve on the Kenosha County Civil Service Commission. This Commission helps manage the recruitment, selection, promotion, and retention of certain civil service employees employed by Kenosha County.

O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong S.C. is pleased to announce that Attorney Chad Richter has recently been elected as a shareholder of the firm. He will continue his practice working on corporate and business law matters, including the structuring, acquisition and sale of businesses under operating and purchase agreements, as well as providing assistance on various […]

Attorney Carl D. Holborn gave a presentation on the status of the Federal Estate Tax at the Corporate Casual meeting on February 23rd at the Milwaukee Bar Center. The presentation gave a summary of the mechanics of the tax, a history of the tax, the current status of the tax, and commentary on what might […]

Attorney Tim Caprez will moderate the upcoming Milwaukee Bar Association Health Law Section seminar “Hot Topics for Hospital In-House Counsel: What’s Keeping Us Up at Night.” The presentation will feature a distinguished panel of in-house counsel from some of the leading healthcare networks and institutions in Southeastern Wisconsin, including: Lorna Granger, Chief Legal Officer & […]

The current state and uncertainty of the estate tax system has been a widely discussed, blogged and dissected topic since it became clear, late last year, that 2010 would be a “year without an estate tax.” There has been as much chatter, discussion and rumor mongering about what the estate tax system will look like […]

Thomas G. Cannon, who is of-counsel to the law firm of O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong S.C., was recently honored as a “2010 Leader in the Law” by the Wisconsin Law Journal. The award has been given annually, since 2003, to attorneys who “have a significant impact on the practice of law in Wisconsin.” Tom has […]

Attorney Dennis Hollman presented a seminar at the Society of Financial Service Professionals (“SFSP”) on January 13, 2010 in Tampa, Florida. Some of the key issues in the presentation were preparing buy/sell agreements, structuring deferred compensation plans, minimizing income and other taxes, and uses of life insurance in the family business setting. SFSP is a […]

On January 20, 2010, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals overturned a lower court ruling and held that, as Attorney Dean Laing had argued, an educational training reimbursement provision of an employment contract was divisible from unreasonable restrictive covenants in the contract and therefore enforceable. Attorney Laing’s argument enabled the appellate court to carefully avoid opining […]

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