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Newsletter Article Highlights: $310 Billion Added to Paycheck Protection Program and $10 Billion Added to Emergency EIDL Grant Don’t Waive Goodbye to Your Construction Lien Rights What Happens if My Business Can’t Perform Its Contract Due to the Coronavirus? Estate and Tax Planning During Market Tumult and Low Interest Rates President Signs Families First Coronavirus […]

Newsletter Article Highlights: Attorneys Christa D. Wittenberg and Grant C. Killoran Featured in Wisconsin Lawyer Attorney Willie Boucher Featured in Business Law Blog The Potential Impact of Post-Valuation Date Events on Gift Tax Valuations New Year – New Labor and Employment Law Developments Every Employer Should Know Firm News: The Firm Welcomes Marguerite Z. Hammes Attorneys JB Koenings […]

Newsletter Article Highlights: IRS Unveils Significant Virtual Currency Taxation Enforcement Initiative Aretha Franklin’s Estate: Are Handwritten Documents Valid Wills? Time to Act on Act 368: Wisconsin Pass-Through Entity-Level Tax Election Breaking News: DOL Sets Overtime Salary Exemption Threshold at $35,568 The Objectives of Good Succession Planning Firm News: The Firm Welcomes Margarita Castaneda Congratulations to […]

Newsletter Article Highlights: Objecting to an Opposing Party’s Request for Attorney Fees Can Have Ramifications United States Supreme Court Clarifies Standard on Sanctions for Violating Bankruptcy Discharge Not Feeling so SECURE: Proposed Law Could be Costly for Non-Spouse IRA Beneficiaries Creation of New Task Force Signals Increased State Scrutiny of Wisconsin Worker Classification The Five […]

Newsletter Article Highlights: Can I Really Be Sued There? Give a Guarantor Some Credit! IRS Issues a Second Set of April 2019 Changes to Retirement Plan Correction Program Firm News: Jim DeJong Awarded Carroll University Distinguished Alumnus Award WI Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Firm’s Client WI Supreme Court Rules Unanimously in Property Tax Case Click […]

Newsletter Article Highlights: Even the Brightest Minds Can Suffer from Dementia Terms & Conditions: How Sellers Can Avoid Getting Injured in a “Battle of the Forms” The Need for Succession Planning Should I Use E-Verify or Not? How Much Should a Trustee Be Paid? Pleased to Announce: OCHDL Elects Lavey and Kuglitsch as Shareholders OCHDL […]

Newsletter Article Highlights: Family Secures Large Settlement in Contentious Inheritance Dispute OCHDL Proudly Sponsors Annual Archbishop’s CRS Reception Six Questions Every Family Business Owner Should Be Asking Wage & Hour Liability–The Hidden Danger in Asset Acquisitions How to Make Spendthrift Trusts Work for You Pleased to Announce: OCHDL Welcomes New Attorney Jessica K. Haskell Dean P. […]

Newsletter Article Highlights: A Must-Read Book for Family Business Owners Trends in Arbitration in the United States Sales Tax Collection in Wisconsin Starts October 1st–Are You Ready? Supreme Court Decides Class-Action Waivers Are Enforceable for Employees Pleased to Announce: OCHDL Welcomes New Attorney Christopher B. Keeler State Bar of Wisconsin Taxation Law Section Board Adds New […]

Newsletter Article Highlights: Protecting the Elderly from Fraud by Caregivers Debt Collection Safe Harbor May Not Be So Safe Mental Capacity Issues in Estate Planning Litigation Employers Should Review Their Employee Non-Solicitation Agreements What Should Businesses Know About the Tax Plan? Pleased to Announce: Steve Slawinski Elected to the ABC of Wisconsin Board of Directors […]

  Newsletter Article Highlights: What Should You Do If You are Named Trustee? Do Your Due Diligence A Deeper Dive Into the Arbitration Process and a Look at the Advantages and Disadvantages of Arbitration ACA Employer Payment Notices Arriving Soon What Should Individuals Know About the Tax Plan? Pleased to Announce: OCHDL Welcomes New Attorney […]

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