An article by Attorneys Joseph Gumina, Grant Killoran, and Erica Reib entitled “COVID-19 Vaccination Mandates: What Now?” is featured in the March edition of the State Bar of Wisconsin publication Wisconsin Lawyer. In their article they detail the challenges mandates create and the current legal status of workplace vaccination requirements. Read the full article here.

Attorney Trevor C. Lippman, a member of the firm’s Inheritance Litigation Team, recently resolved a two-year dispute representing the siblings of a deceased physician involving allegations that the opposing party conspired with an attorney and two witnesses to create a fraudulent will after the death of their brother. In what can only be described as […]

Attorney Joseph Gumina was quoted in The Daily Reporter on February 17, 2022, in an article titled “In absence of federal mandate, many companies still encouraging vaccination for employees.” In the article, Gumina, who leads OCHDL’s labor and employment practice group, discusses what some employers are doing to encourage their employees to get vaccinated. For some construction […]

Attorney Nicole M. Beitzinger, a graduate of Marquette University Law School, has joined O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C. She will join the Estate and Succession Planning Practice Group.  Nicole will assist clients in all matters relating to estate planning, succession planning, and trust and estate administration. She is licensed to practice law in […]

Attorney Jim DeJong was recently featured on Money Sense presented by Ellenbecker Investment Group on WISN AM 1130. On the show, Jim provided an overview of the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic on the M&A market. He discussed what a business owner planning to sell a business should be doing now to prepare the business to attract qualified […]

Newsletter Article Highlights: Determining the Citizenship of Businesses Why Buy-Sell Agreements Are Necessary Even If You Don’t Plan to Sell Your Company Soon U.S. Supreme Court Issues Stay of OSHA’s Vaccination-or-Test Rule New Federal Regulations Take Aim at Health Care Provider Billing Firm News: The Firm Welcomes Attorney Patrick Bomhack Firm Elects Britany Morrison & […]

Attorney Greg Lyons is being honored as 2022 Attorney of the Year in the State of Wisconsin and is being featured by the Top 100 Registry in its Top 100 Lawyers magazine. The award distinguishes the highest level of competence and dedication in the field of law according to the Top 100 Registry. The Attorney […]

Long before a closely-held business is readied for sale, it should be protected by the owners creating a buy-sell agreement. In short, every co-owned business needs a buy-sell, or buy-out agreement the moment the business is formed or as soon after that as possible. A buy-sell, sometimes called a buy-out agreement, protects business owners when […]

Attorney Grant Killoran recently published an article for the Association of Corporate Counsel’s (ACC) resource library. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., the ACC is a global legal association serving the needs of in-house legal counsel around the world. The article, entitled “Ten Considerations Regarding State Government Public Health Powers to Mandate COVID-19 Protective Measures and Vaccination […]

O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C. is pleased to announce that Attorney Britany E. Morrison and Attorney Nicholas G. Chmurski were recently elected as shareholders of the firm. Britany has been with the firm since 2019. Prior to joining OCHDL, she worked at a “Big Four” public accounting firm utilizing her certified public accounting […]

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