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Three holiday cautions for employers

Signs that the holidays are here are inescapable. From the music in the stores to the wreaths on the doors, the sounds and symbols are everywhere—in homes, churches and, yes, even workplaces. Read More »


Buy-sell agreements can protect your business interests for years to come

Buy-sell agreements are one of the most important tools for your long-term business success. Read More »


Easements: what are my rights as landowner?

My local power company just requested an easement to erect some windmills on my farm property. What is an easement, and do I have to oblige? Read More »


Employment Law Seminar

Johns, Flaherty & Collins' will share employment law updates from the past year and recommendations for 2023 at this year's annual employment law seminar.  Read More »


How is child support calculated in Wisconsin?

For those facing divorce and the potential for paying child support obligation, it's natural to wonder what that financial obligation will be.  Read More »


Attorney James Burrows joins Johns, Flaherty & Collins, SC

La Crosse attorney James M. Burrows has joined Johns, Flaherty & Collins, SC, becoming a partner in the law firm in... Read More »


Will my family automatically inherit my estate?

Who will inherit your assets if you don't have a will in place? Read More »


Business partnerships: What you need to know about getting in, out

The many benefits that can come with a business partnership often entice people to begin working together before they have formalized all the details. Read More »


What to do with spam calls in Wisconsin

Spam calls can be one of life's great annoyances. The good news is the law offers some protection from these annoyances. Read More »


Legal steps and considerations for hiring your first employee

Despite how eager you might be to onboard that help, there are some legal obligations you have to take when you're ready to hire your first employee. Read More »


5 Ways a Wisconsin real estate lawyer can save you money and more

A real estate attorney can help you sidestep the numerous potential pitfalls in a property purchase as well as save you money. Read More »


Estate planning tips for millennials

Millennials are in the prime of their lives, but if the past few years have taught us anything, it's that no one can take their well-being for granted. Read More »


Should I include burial plans in my will?

To ensure your end-of-life wishes are honored, make them known to loved ones before you pass on. Read More »


Concealed weapons in private businesses: What are the rules?

If you choose to post a sign prohibiting guns in your private business, your liability as a business owner actually increases Read More »


Five steps to avoid online defamation

With nearly worldwide access to social media, virtually anyone can find themselves, unwittingly or otherwise, liable for defamation. Read More »