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: State Bar of Wisconsin Taxation Law Section Board Adds New Director, Attorney Samantha M. Amore  O’Neil, […]

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 […]

Newsletter Article Highlights: 401(k) Plan Errors Cost Sellers of Company Nearly $200,000 Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals Rejects “Worthless” Subway Class Action Settlement Avoiding Pitfalls When Adding Sweat Equity Members in an LLC It’s Time to Amend 403(b) Retirement Plan Documents! Pleased to Announce: OCHDL Welcomes New Attorney Nicholas G. Chmurski Congratulations to Our Attorneys […]

Newsletter Article Highlights: Don’t Sell Yourself Short: Early Tax Planning to Maximize the Sale of Your Business Are You Ready to Comply with the Final Fiduciary Rule? Creating a Successful Succession Plan Pleased to Announce: OCHDL included in the prestigious Chambers USA Directory Attorney Jean Ansay recognized by the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys […]

Newsletter Article Highlights: IRS Announces Employee Benefit Plan Limits What You Need to Know About Letters of Intent in Commercial Leases Understanding Medication as an Alternative to Litigation Executive Order Affirms Commitment to Repeal the ACA Creditors, Predators, and Divorcing Spouses Are Why Having a Trust May Be Better Than a Will Proud to Be […]

Newsletter Article Highlights: Firm Opens Green Bay Office U.S. DOL Announces That It Will Publish Final Rule to Update Overtime Regulation Understanding Alternative Disputes Resolution in Wisconsin: An Overview LEGISLATIVE ALERT: New Rules and Procedures Regarding Mortgage Foreclosures Choosing a Trustee: It Is All About Trust: Part 1–Discretion vs. Direction Proud to Be a Member […]

Newsletter Article Highlights: Firm Obtains Big Win in Koss Litigation “The judgment is affirmed by an equally divided Court” Undue Influence in Wisconsin Part 1: Inheritance Disputes and Claims of Undue Influence Whether Website Presence Exposes Publisher to Lawsuits in Wisconsin Analyzed in Recent Case How Wisconsin’s Knife Law Reform Impact Employers Building a Great […]

Tax Court Affirms Discount for Family Partnership Is Your Company’s Website Compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)? New Law Changes Wisconsin Sales and Use Tax Rules for Construction IRS Delays Affordable Care Act Why I Would Rather Be a Beneficiary… Part One: Trusts Protect People from Themselves and Others Proud to Be a […]

Trusts as Parties to Business Agreements New Changes to Obtaining Discovery in Wisconsin for Use in Other States Limitation of Liability Time for the Income Tax Tail to Start Wagging the Estate Planning Dog Can Employees Use FMLA to Avoid Overtime? Welcome Samantha M. Amore Pleased to Announce Congratulations to Our Attorneys Listed in The […]