Good Neighbors. Great Lawyers.


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Dogs… What’s a good neighbor to do?

Dogs. It seems people love ‘em or hate ‘em. But when they bark all night or defecate on your lawn, we all tend to fall in the latter category.


Wisconsin Crowdfunding Law opens doors to equity and potential legal issues

If you’ve ever been tempted to use crowdfunding to build your business, Wisconsin has taken extra steps to make it friendlier than ever to do so in the state.

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Time-Share Property Pitfalls: What to Consider Before You Buy

Picture this: you’re on vacation in a beautiful place, a resort employee buys you lunch, and at the height of your hedonism, you purchase a time-share. Just like that, your once-in-a-lifetime becomes once-a-year.


Parents should be concerned about Snapchat update

Young social media users are all about the new Snapchat feature announced last week. Here's why you should be all about discussing it with them.

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Wisconsin gerrymandering case is complicated

The U.S. Supreme Court announced it will take up the state’s partisan gerrymandering case, a case with the potential for significant ramifications for state legislatures throughout the country.

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Rental Car Insurance: Get it or forget it?

Standing at the car rental counter after a long flight with tired and hungry kids is not the best time to wonder whether you need additional insurance to cover a rental car. 


Curfew Laws: Why you need to know where your child is

Many parents today remember a time when the 10 p.m. news began with a question for viewers: “It’s 10 p.m.  Do you know where your child is?”

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Protected Classes: When Letting Go of an Employee Gets Complicated

What happens when you need to terminate someone for cause but it appears to be discriminatory?


Five Tips for Employee Evaluations

While employers in Wisconsin are not required to give their workers evaluations—or even keep personnel files—they are wise to do them, and do them thoughtfully.


EEOC Charges Filed in 2016

If you think we've moved beyond employment discrimination issues in recent years, you may want to rethink that position.