Ignition Interlock: How An OWI Can Go From Bad To Worse

For OWI first offenses Wisconsin makes mandatory the ignition interlock device (IID) in cases where a driver’s alcohol concentration is at or above 0.15 at the time of driving, or in all cases of a refusal to submit to a chemical test. Please note the chemical test should not be confused with the preliminary breath.

Leaders in the Law 2015

In March 2015, William (Bill) Fox was named a Leader in the Law by the Wisconsin Law Journal. This award recognized Bill as one of Wisconsin’s top legal professionals based on his outstanding leadership, vision and expertise according to the Wisconsin Law Journal. A video tribute to Bill shown at the awards dinner and the.

New Opportunity for After-Tax Retirement Plan Contributions

Many employer retirement plans now allow participants to make contributions to a Roth 401(k) plan account. These contributions are after-tax contributions, but the earnings are tax-free when distributed. Before Roth 401(k) plan accounts were allowed, many employer plans allowed participants to make after-tax contributions to the plan and some still do. While a distribution of.

You Can’t Touch This: College Savings Accounts

It’s a common scenario: a customer refuses to pay, forcing a business to incur legal fees and court costs suing to recover the money owed. Once a judgment is obtained, the money must be collected, which is often more difficult than obtaining the judgment itself. One way debtors may seek to avoid collection is by.