One of the most common questions we hear from our small business owner clients is what to do with their business when they want to retire. Most business owners understand that how a sale is structured can have a substantial impact on their financial picture, especially when it comes to taxes, but not as many […]
Prior to joining Neider and Boucher, I served as a compliance officer for an insurance broker helping employers implement and manage their companies’ non-retirement employee benefits plans such as health, vision, dental, life, long-term and short-term disability insurance, etc. These “Employee Welfare Benefit Plans” or “Welfare Plans” as defined by the Employee Retirement Income Security […]
Best Lawyers® recognized multiple Neider & Boucher attorneys as 2019 Best Lawyers in America. In addition, the firm also had a Lawyer of the Year recognition. Attorneys named and their area of practice, as listed in The Best Lawyers in America©, include: Business Organizations (including LLCs and Partnerships) Joseph W. Boucher Charles E. Neider Kent L. […]
It is with great pleasure for Neider & Boucher to announce that Craig Miller and Maggie Premo have become Shareholders of the Firm, effective July 1, 2018.
For Wisconsin residents with dependent children under the age of 18, $100 per child available NOW – July 2, 2018: A Child Sales Tax Rebate was authorized by Governor Walker and the State Legislature in January. Claim submissions are being accepted now through July 2, 2018. There is a $100 rebate, per child, for “sales and […]
By: Joseph W. Boucher and Danielle M. Johnson Neider & Boucher, S.C. On February 26, 2018, Wisconsin Statutes Chapter 204 became effective allowing benefit corporations in Wisconsin. A benefit corporation is a for-profit corporation (not a limited liability company, partnership, or cooperative) that relieves the directors and officers of the corporation from the obligation […]
By Jennifer Knudson On January 19, 2018, the Wisconsin Supreme Court decided Manitowoc Company, Inc. v. John M. Lanning stating that a non-solicitation of employee provision is a restrictive covenant that is subject to the stringent rules under Wis. Stats. § 103.465 regarding noncompete agreements. Specifically, the Court found multiple reasons that the non-solicitation provision […]
In the January 2018 publication of the Wisconsin Lawyer, Joseph W. Boucher discusses the fiduciary duties of LLC Members and Managers. Read the full article here!
Neider & Boucher attorney Danielle Johnson at the front lines of Wisconsin’s Act 77 which allows for the creation of benefit corporations¦for-profit businesses on a social mission. Read the Capital Times article here!
November 7, 2017 Neider & Boucher is pleased to announce the addition of Attorney Danielle M. Johnson. Danielle Johnson focuses her practice on Business Law, Real Estate, and Intellectual Property. She works with individuals and businesses of all scopes and sizes, including corporations, family businesses, privately held businesses, nonprofits, cooperatives, inventors, and entrepreneurs. Danielle received her […]