Publications
Considering a Condominium for Your Development Project? Benefits vs. Drawbacks.

Considering a Condominium for Your Development Project? Benefits vs. Drawbacks.

By Joseph E. Tierney As medical office, multi-family, retail, and mixed-use development continues to remain strong throughout southeastern Wisconsin, developers should keep in mind the potential benefits and drawbacks of structuring their projects as condominiums. Skillful drafting at the outset of your condominium project can impact a number of...

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Wisconsin Passes Right to Work Law

Wisconsin Passes Right to Work Law

By Robert W. Burns The Wisconsin Legislature has passed, and Governor Scott Walker has declared he will sign, a “Right to Work” law in Wisconsin. The law will apply to private sector union contracts, prohibiting such contracts from including provisions that require all the employees covered by the contract to be members of the union or pay dues...

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Labor & Employment Client Newsletter

Featured News: Act 10 and Total Employee Compensation Review School Board Policies On Releasing Student Directory Data Event: Davis & Kuelthau's 37th Annual Public Officials Program Act 10 and Total Employee Compensation How well do your employees understand their total compensation beyond their base salary? Many employers are now providing...

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Act 10 and Total Employee Compensation

How well do your employees understand their total compensation beyond their base salary? Many employers are now providing information directly to individual employees with respect to how much the employer contributes toward their health insurance benefits. An employee’s total compensation, though, includes other benefits you provide, such as...

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Review School Board Policies On Releasing Student Directory Data

School Choice Wisconsin, a nonprofit organization that supports expanding educational options for parents through the use of school vouchers, recently submitted open records requests to 30 school districts seeking student “directory data.” Initially, the organization wanted students’ names, addresses, phone numbers, grade levels and school of...

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Wisconsin Supreme Court Holds Reimbursement of Medicare Part B Premiums Not a Vested Right for Milwaukee County Employees

Wisconsin Federation of Nurses and Health Professionals, Local 5001, AFT, AFL-CIO and Association of Milwaukee County Attorneys v. Milwaukee County, 2015 WI 12. Today’s Wisconsin Supreme Court decision in Wisconsin Federation is the latest ruling in a string of opinions relevant to retiree benefits vesting cases, and the second Wisconsin Supreme...

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