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Attorney Peter Walsh of O’Neil, Cannon, Hollman, DeJong & Laing S.C., has recently published an article and is a frequent speaker on the topic of formula adjustment clauses in estate planning to mitigate the valuation risk inherent in the gift of hard to value assets. Such hard to value assets include closely held business interests […]

On April 23, 2010, the American Bar Association (“ABA”) Section of Litigation awarded Attorney Tim Caprez “Outstanding Subcommittee Chair for the 2009-2010 Bar Year” honors at the 2010 ABA Section Annual Conference in New York City. The Section of Litigation, which first appointed Attorney Caprez as the Section’s Health Law Litigation Committee Newsletter Editor in […]

Attorney Maier will speak at the upcoming “Key Planning Issues for Financial Professionals” seminar hosted by the Milwaukee Chapter of the Society of Financial Service Professionals. His talk is entitled “What Do We Do Now?

Attorney Chad J. Richter will be giving a presentation on Monday, April 12th at Lee Hecht Harrison located at 10000 Innovation Drive, Suite 100, in Milwaukee. The seminar is for displaced senior executives interested in getting into their own venture by purchasing a business or franchise, and discusses the various issues they may encounter along […]

Under Wisconsin law, a person’s “homestead” is the dwelling and so much of the land surrounding it necessary for use as a home, not exceeding 40 acres. An individual resident is generally entitled to exempt his or her homestead from execution of a judgment, from the lien of a judgment, and from liability for his […]

Since late 2009, OCHD attorneys have been working with Marquette University Law School and the Milwaukee Volunteer Lawyers Project to provide free legal assistance to Milwaukee County’s unrepresented litigants through court-based self help desks and legal resources. OCHD is proud to assist the Milwaukee Justice Center work to help make the communities in which we […]

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 […]

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 […]

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