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Newsletter Article Highlights: IRS Postpones $600 Payment Processor 1099-K Reporting Requirement How Do Wisconsin’s New LLC Laws Impact My Company? Legal Planning for your College Student Religious Accommodation in Employment Will Have Its Day at the High Court Firm News: Super Lawyers Recognizes 25 O’Neil Cannon Attorneys Grant Killoran Joins the Board of Directors of […]

Newsletter Article Highlights: Anne Heche’s Will Contest: A Cautionary Tale How Joint Accounts Can Ruin Your Estate Plan Understanding Common Notices Individuals Receive from the IRS How Does Life Insurance Work with an Estate Plan? Seventh Circuit Holds That Light Duty Policy Did Not Violate the PDA Firm News: The Firm Welcomes Four New Attorneys […]

Newsletter Article Highlights: The Great Wealth Transfer and Its Implications on Estate, Trust, and Probate Litigation Setting in Place an Exit Strategy When the Time Comes and Minimizing the Potential for Conflict Union Organization Is on the Rise Firm News: OCHDL Welcomes Attorney Nicole Beitzinger Trevor Lippman Leads Effort to Secure $5.4 Million Settlement in […]

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 & […]

Newsletter Article Highlights: Want to Challenge a Will? Here’s What You Should Know Can I Really Be Sued There? What Should You Do If You Are Named Trustee? Wisconsin to Allow Municipalities to Waive Property Tax Penalties and Extend Construction and Building Permits Established U.S. Public Health Precedent On Mandatory Vaccination Requirements Upheld (At Least For […]

Newsletter Article Highlights: A Recent Supreme Court Decision Narrows the Scope of Trespasser Immunity Wisconsin Landlord Subjected to Tenancy in Jail Estate Planning Considerations for Second Marriages What Does President Biden’s Executive Order on Non-Competes Mean for Wisconsin Employers? Did the United States Supreme Court Just Suggest a Change to the Established Public Health Constitutional […]

Newsletter Article Highlights: Is Your Commercial Property Tax Assessment Too High? FEMA Launches COVID-19 Funeral Assistance Program $7.5 Million Debt Limitation for Small Business Debtors Extended IRS Says Restaurant Entertainment Expenses Fully Deductible American Rescue Plan Extends Tax Credits for COVID-Related Leave Corporate Practice of Medicine and Fee Splitting–Considerations for Telehealth Ventures Firm News: Firm […]

Newsletter Article Highlights: Don’t Be Caught Off Guard by the Tax & Legal Consequences of Your New Quarantine Hobby Overview of Data Protection Laws in Wisconsin Strike While the Giving is Good—Historically High Estate and Gift Tax Exemptions May Be Reduced or Eliminated as Early as January 1, 2021 DOL Updates FFCRA Leave Regulations Videoconferencing […]

Newsletter Article Highlights: Should a Contractor Stop Work Due to Nonpayment? How a Trust Can Provide Asset Protection for Your Children Wisconsin Will Not Tax Forgiven Paycheck Protection Program Loans When Are My Employees Entitled to Leave under the FFCRA because their Children are Home from School or Daycare? Firm News: Firm Welcomes New Attorney […]

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 […]

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