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!