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Neider & Boucher Attorney, Richard M. Burnham, has announced his retirement from the practice of law. Richard has been practicing law for over 40 years and spent the last 11 at Neider & Boucher. He began his legal career as Assistant Attorney General for Alaska and then went...

The simple act of making a to-do list can be immensely satisfying.  Actually doing those tasks and checking them off/crossing them out/tearing them to shreds is pretty fun, too.  The following list “ admittedly the creation of lawyers and therefore too wordy (hence that œAnnotated part) “...

(Madison, WI) “ Wisconsin Super Lawyers® named two Neider & Boucher Attorneys to its 2015 list of honorees. 2015 Wisconsin Super Lawyers: Joseph W. Boucher (Business/Corporate, Tax and Closely Held Business) Charles E. Neider (Business/Corporate,Tax: Business) Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have...

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Neider Boucher Welcomes Two New Professionals to the Firm (Madison, Wis.) ” The law firm of Neider & Boucher (NB) is pleased to announce that Timothy C. Sweeney and Cindy L. Wendorf have recently joined the firm. Sweeney is an attorney who has been practicing law in Madison since 1975. ...