Articles & Publications

Wisconsin’s Wetland Reform Act By Paul Kent February 14th, 2013 The Right to Cure a Contract Breach By October 25th, 2010 Court Holds Hospital’s Outpatient Clinic Taxable By October 14th, 2010 Understanding the Wisconsin Fair Dealership Law By November 1st, 2009 Budget Bill Exempts Benevolent Retirement Homes, Benevolent Low-Income Housing and Other Property By October 1st, 2009 How to Write an Employee Handbook By Meg Vergeront September 1st, 2008 Reviewing Foreign Tax Status Can Result in Large Savings By August 1st, 2006 Should You Designate a Highway as an All-Terrain Vehicle Route? By Richard Yde and Bryan Kleinmaier November 1st, 2005 The Complex Law of Takings: Three New U.S. Supreme Court Decisions By Bryan Kleinmaier August 1st, 2005 More Businesses Will Be Protected By Brian Butler January 1st, 2005 A Third Way To Protect WPDA Members: A New Powersports Dealer Statute By December 1st, 2004 Determining ‘Community of Interest’ Under the WFDL By December 1st, 2004 Disability Law in Wisconsin Workplaces By Meg Vergeront October 1st, 2004 Supreme Court Decisions Disable Employers In Wisconsin By Bryan Kleinmaier September 1st, 2004 Are You Ready For August 23? By Meg Vergeront July 1st, 2004 Does Your Workplace Have An Employee Handbook? By Meg Vergeront July 1st, 2004 Court of Appeals Decides Who Pays for Mutual Aid By June 1st, 2004 Find the Right Attorney for Your Business By January 1st, 2004 Property Tax Claims: A Guide for the Perplexed By January 1st, 2004 Court Ruling Impacts How Employers Accommodate Disabled Workers By August 1st, 2003 Employee Handbooks in the Municipal Workplace By Meg Vergeront May 1st, 2003 Who Pays for Mutual Aid? By May 1st, 2003 Motor Vehicle Lessees Are Not Entitled to the Protections of the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act By Laura Skilton Verhoff April 1st, 2003 Federal Court of Appeals Affirms County Victory in Suit Over Snowmobile Trail By Barbara Neider December 1st, 2002 Employee Handbooks in the Municipal Workplace By Meg Vergeront May 1st, 2002 Wisconsin Supreme Court Splits Three Ways Over Variances By Richard Yde October 1st, 2001 Contract Law: Duty To Reveal Changes By James Egle October 1st, 2001