Business Insolvency Options: A Comparison of Wisconsin Statutes Chapter 128 and Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code
Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code has historically been utilized as the principal option for an insolvent company, seeking to either reorganize its operations, or sell its assets free and clear of liens, with the liens attaching to the proceeds of the sale. However, the Wisconsin statutory alternative, Chapter 128, which is historically...
By: Abby S. Busler
By: Ted A. Warpinski
Wisconsin’s Small Condominium Law – A Potential Tool to Work Around Local Certified Survey Map Approval and Minimum Lot Size Requirements
By: Todd Farris and Michael Van Someren
By: Elizabeth K. Miles
Attorneys Ted Warpinski and Chris Meuler Author Blog Post for State Bar of Wisconsin’s Environmental Law Section Blog
Litigation attorneys, Christopher Meuler and Ted Warpinski, authored a post for the State Bar of Wisconsin’s Construction & Public Contract Law Section Blog. Their blog post, Should We Assume that Assumption Is a Good Idea? State Wetland Permitting and Act 183, discuss the mechanics of assumed jurisdiction and potential benefits and costs in light of the Wisconsin...
By: James M. Kalny
Court of Appeals Establishes High Bar for Anticipatory Private Nuisance Suit by Neighbors to Stop a Project
By: Todd Farris
More Pitfalls for the Unaware Patent Litigator – Early and Clear Notice of Patent Invalidity Needed in Order to Obtain Attorney’s Fees
By: Davis|Kuelthau's Intellectual Property Team
Wisconsin Supreme Court Holds That Wisconsin Fair Employment Act Requires Proof That Employer Intended to Discriminate Because of Disability
By Dillon J. Ambrose & Laurie E. Meyer