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We are excited to announce that Kelly Kuglitsch will be joining O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C. on October 24, 2016. Kelly will be a member of the firm’s employment law practice group, working closely with other team members in providing practical and cost-effective answers and solutions to employers. Kelly provides employers, plan administrators, […]

We are pleased to announce that Trevor C. Lippman was selected to participate in the inaugural class of the G. Lane Ware Leadership Academy. Trevor was 1 of 23 attorneys chosen to participate in this program. The Wisconsin State Bar’s Development Committee recently developed the G. Lane Ware Leadership Academy as an inclusive leadership development […]

In September, Jessica Schultz was awarded first place in the 2016 Turnaround Management Association (TMA) Chicago/Midwest Chapter Student Intern Competition. Jessica is currently a third-year law student at UW-Madison Law School, and she spent the summer of 2016 as a Law Clerk with O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing, S.C. TMA is a global non-profit […]

Christa Wittenberg authored an article entitled “Testamentary Capacity: A Sliding-Scale Approach,” which appeared in the September issue of Wisconsin Lawyer magazine. The article discusses the complex estate planning issues and disputes that can arise in families with loved ones affected by dementia or diminished mental capacity. Given increasing life expectancies and the relative frequency with which […]

O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C. is pleased to announce that 15 lawyers have been named to the 2017 Edition of Best Lawyers, the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession. Best Lawyers has published their list for over three decades, earning the respect of the profession, the media, and the […]

Attorney Steven J. Slawinski talks about a recent Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals decision in the latest Construction Blog article, published by the State Bar of Wisconsin Construction & Public Contract Law Section. In this decision, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals weighed in on the application of promissory estoppel in the context of construction […]

Attorney Steven J. Slawinski talks about a recent Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals decision in the latest Construction and Public Contract Law Section Blog article, published by the State Bar of Wisconsin Construction and Public Contract Law Section. In this decision, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals faced the issue of whether a lender’s title […]

Ryan A. Onosko, a graduate of Marquette University Law School, has recently joined our firm. Ryan’s prior experience includes a variety of law practices, including tax, business, estate planning, and construction law. His experience drafting and revising contractual documents, involving corporate mergers and acquisitions, has solidified him as valuable contribution to the Corporate Practice Group. […]

Claude J. Krawczyk, president of the Westown Association Board of Directors, was quoted in the BizTimes discussing the refurbishing of the George Washington statue on West Wisconsin Avenue in Milwaukee. As a  life-long resident of Milwaukee, Claude has volunteered for over 30 years, serving as an active volunteer, officer and board member for a number of […]

Today, in Miller & Anderson, Inc. v. Tradesmen International and Sheet Metal Works International Association, Local Union No. 19, AFL-CIO, the NLRB decided that, pursuant to the NLRA, temporary or leased employees who work for an employer as joint employees under an agreement with a staffing agency or similar entity do not have to have […]

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