One would think that I, above most, would have my estate plan in shape. I’m not an estate planner by specialty, but I have worked on several cases involving estate planning and probate issues. Even if I don’t draft wills and trusts myself, I know that most people need them, and that they should be.
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Biweekly paychecks. Employees receive paychecks on the same day (say, Friday) every other week. Depending on leap years, which day of the week payday falls on, and employer payment policies, biweekly paychecks can be complicated, time consuming and frustrating for employers. Take leap year. Leap years cause biweekly payroll problems every 11 or 12 years..
Negotiating contracts can be downright messy. By the time you agree to major business terms, you may not want to argue the “small stuff.” Jurisdiction, for example: that’s just meaningless lawyer-talk, you think. Or venue: whatever that is, it can’t be important, you say. And choice of law: the law is the same everywhere, right?.
Click on the link to read Diane Slomowitz’s Wisconsin Law Journal article regarding appellate briefs. Read the article for five tips for the brief writer. In Appellate Briefs Don’t Forget the Brief Part
FOS shareholder Diane Slomowitz profiled FOS shareholder Laurna Kinnel for the October, 2015 edition of the Association for Women Lawyers Newsletter. To read the article, click on the link below and go to page two of the newsletter. AWL October 2015 Newsletter