You’ve spent years building up your business. You’ve developed your product or service, come up with the perfect name for it, and spent lots of time, money and effort making that name a recognizable and valuable business asset. You’d do anything to protect that effort, and stop someone else from capitalizing on your hard work,.
Imagine that you’re about to purchase a ticket for a cruise you’ve been waiting for all year, only to have your credit card denied because it’s over the limit, even though you don’t remember making any purchases. Or, you’re about to apply for a loan for that dream home, only to be denied by the.
FOS welcomes legal assistant Karen Nimz. Karen previously worked with FOS of counsel attorney Ken Barczak. Experienced in all facets of law firm support services, Karen has particular expertise in the areas of probate and estate planning as well as corporate legal support. Karen is a notary public, and as such, she often assists with.
You’re finishing a staff meeting, when one of your managers says, “Isn’t that new discrimination law great? Employees can’t sue us anymore except for back pay. Once the agencies finish, that’s it. What a relief!” Not so fast. Governor Walker did recently sign into law a bill which limits an employee’s ability to sue for.
FOS congratulates shareholder Diane Slomowitz for being named one of the 2012 Women in the Law by the Wisconsin Law Journal. Diane will be honored at a dinner to be held June 21 at the Pfister Hotel. Diane specializes in appellate motions and briefs, legal research, and legal writing. If FOS has represented you as.