Neider Boucher Welcomes New Employees to the Firm

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 1, 2019 (Madison, WI) The law firm of Neider & Boucher (N&B) is pleased to announce that Eric Klemm, John Rather and Tabitha Grahn-Galloway have recently joined the firm. Eric Klemm is an Attorney at the firm and concentrates his practice on business transactions and litigation.  He received his J.D. from […]

Wisconsin Supreme Court Rules Short-term Rentals Not Prohibited by Commercial Activity Restriction. Will Your Condominium Association Rules Hold Up?

Have you ever stayed at an AirBnB or VRBO or HomeAway rental, or any of the other numerous alternatives to a hotel? These “short-term rentals” or “STRs” are becoming more and more popular. Almost 14% of total worldwide room sales came from STRs in 2017. However, as these arrangements become more and more popular they […]

Your Health and Dental Plans Need Them Too: Plan Documents and Summary Plans Descriptions (SPDs) and why you must have them.

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 […]

For Wisconsin residents with dependent children under the age of 18, $100 rebate per child available NOW – July 2, 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 […]

Benefit Corporations Make Their Way to Wisconsin

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 […]

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It’s Time to Re-evaluate Your Noncompete Agreements

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 […]