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King vs. Burwell – A Plain Language Argument that may cause a Death-Spiral for the Affordable Care Act

Written by: Attorney Jennifer Knudson On March 4, 2015, the United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments in King v. Burwell. The case challenges whether it is permissible for the Internal Revenue Service to regulate and provide tax credit subsidies for health insurance purchased by taxpayers through the federal health care Exchanges. The decision of […]

What does the adoption of Uniform Residential Mortgage Satisfaction Act mean for Wisconsin and Secured Creditors?

Written by: Attorney Craig Billings Miller In December 2013, the Wisconsin legislature repealed portions of the mortgage satisfaction law and enacted an update to its existing statutory scheme. While the updated statutory scheme is based upon the Uniform Residential Mortgage Act, there are a few differences of note. The updated statute is a reaction to […]

Neider Boucher Welcomes Two New Attorneys to the Firm

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 18, 2015 Contact: Kim Straka, HYPE Communications 608.772.7207 or   Neider Boucher Welcomes Two New Attorneys to the Firm (Madison, Wis.) — The law firm of Neider & Boucher (NB) is pleased to announce that Patricia McKinney-Lins and Maggie Premo have both joined the firm. Both attorneys’ practices focus on estate planning. Practicing […]