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 By:  Attorney Max Stephenson and Paralegal Ali Jaeger
When parents choose to get a divorce, they will usually be looking to avoid disruptions to their children’s lives as much as possible. As parents address issues related to child custody, they will make many decisions addressing how they will cooperate to address parenting issues going forward and when children will live with each parent. To provide stability and ensure that the children’s interests are protected, Wisconsin law requires
Continue Reading What Is a Parenting Plan in a Wisconsin Divorce or Child Custody Case?

By: Attorney Chris Strohbehn
Being involved in a car accident can be an overwhelming experience, but a situation may be even more challenging when the other driver is a teenager. Teen drivers are known for being inexperienced and sometimes reckless, which can result in serious accidents with severe consequences. If you have found yourself in this unfortunate situation, you may be wondering about your options for seeking compensation and ensuring that you will be able to move forward successfully.
Continue Reading What Are My Options Following an Accident Involving a Teen Driver?

By: Attorney Chris Strohbehn and Paralegal Ruth Campos
If it seems like there are increasing numbers of delivery vehicles on the roads, that is likely due to increased demand for services that transport products or food directly to people’s doors. In addition to package delivery vehicles operated by UPS, FedEx, Amazon, or other companies, many people also deliver food or groceries for services such as DoorDash, Uber Eats, Postmates, or Instacart. This is in addition to pizza delivery drivers
Continue Reading Who Is Responsible for Injuries in an Accident With a Delivery Driver?

By: Attorney Chris Strohbehn
While people are aware that many car accidents occur every day, one type of accident that people may not realize is common involves vehicles crashing into buildings. These are known as storefront crashes, and they occur when drivers lose control of their vehicles and collide with the entrances of buildings such as gas stations, convenience stores, or grocery stores. In some cases, storefront crashes are committed intentionally in an attempt to rob a store or
Continue Reading Who Is Liable When a Person Is Hit by a Car in Front of a Store?

By: Attorney Jaclyn Kallie
Wrongful termination is a serious accusation that can have potentially devastating consequences for employers. If a former employee or an outside agency believes that an employee has been wrongfully terminated, the employer can face an investigation, fines, and other penalties. It is important for employers to understand the legal implications of wrongful termination, and they should take steps to ensure they are not accused of such wrongdoing. With the help of an employment law attorney,
Continue Reading How Can Employers Avoid Accusations of Wrongful Termination?

By: Attorney Nicole Masnica and Paralegal Rachel Sweet

Originally published: August 10, 2018 — Updated: February 17, 2023
Update: In addition to understanding the types of circumstantial evidence that may play a role in a criminal trial, those who are accused of committing crimes will need to understand the ways that this evidence may be challenged. An experienced criminal defense attorney can cast doubt on the validity of certain types of evidence or witness testimony, or they can challenge
Continue Reading Circumstantial vs. Direct Evidence in Wisconsin Criminal Cases

By: Attorney Megan Drury
Going through a divorce can be a difficult process for all members of a family. When your marriage has broken down, it may seem impossible to continue living in your home alongside your spouse. You may be ready to leave the situation and begin taking steps to move forward with your life. However, it is important to understand how moving out may affect the divorce process and how it may impact your rights and your
Continue Reading Should I Move Out of My Home During My Divorce?

Every winter, the risk of truck accidents increases across the United States. This can be an especially serious issue in Wisconsin, since our state often experiences harsh winters, cold temperatures, and conditions that make roads more dangerous. From icy roads to poor visibility caused by falling snow or freezing rain, truck drivers face a wide range of challenges when operating their vehicles in winter weather. Ultimately, these conditions can lead to dangerous truck accidents that result in serious injuries
Continue Reading Who Can Be Held Liable for Winter Truck Accidents?

There are a number of different types of offenses that are classified as white collar crimes. These offenses are usually committed in a professional or business setting, and they will typically involve illegal exchanges of money. Bribery is one example of behavior that could potentially lead to criminal charges, and in some cases, people may also face criminal charges due to alleged campaign finance violations. Understanding how the laws in Wisconsin address these issues can help anyone
Continue Reading When Can Bribery Lead to Criminal Charges in Wisconsin?

 By: Attorney Megan Drury and Paralegal Ali Jaeger
Going through a divorce is one of the most difficult experiences that anyone can endure. There are a variety of issues that will need to be addressed by divorcing spouses, and conflicts can often arise as a couple determines how to handle ownership of their marital property. Dividing assets is rarely easy, but it can become even more complex when one or both spouses own a business. There are several different
Continue Reading What Are the Options for Dividing Business Interests in a Divorce?

The use of remote work has increased considerably since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. More and more people have been able to work from home, and the ease of online communications has allowed employers to hire people located in other states or even other countries. The growing use of remote work has changed the way many businesses operate, and it has opened up a range of opportunities for both employers and employees. However, it is critical for employers
Continue Reading Employment Law Issues to Be Aware of When Using Remote Workers

By: Attorney Jason Luczak
Here at Gimbel, Reilly, Guerin & Brown LLP, our attorneys provide representation for clients in multiple types of legal matters, including family law, business law, civil litigation, criminal defense, personal injury, and much more.  We regularly publish blogs covering a variety of topics related to these legal fields, and we strive to keep our clients and the readers of our blog updated on legal developments and issues that can affect
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Business owners have multiple options during the business formation process as they determine how a company should be structured. In many cases, structuring a business as a limited liability company (LLC) can provide advantages, since this type of structure will shield business owners from being personally liable for business debts while providing them with flexibility as they determine how to manage and operate their business. However, it is important for LLC owners to understand the laws that may affect
Continue Reading How Will Wisconsin’s New LLC Law Affect Businesses?

The state of Wisconsin provides residents and visitors with many opportunities to enjoy the outdoors during the winter, including skiing or snowboarding at a variety of ski areas and resorts. However, these activities can be dangerous, and accidents can occur that may result in serious injuries. In these situations, injury victims may wonder whether someone else was at fault for the harm they have suffered and whether they can file a lawsuit against a ski area or another liable
Continue Reading Can I File a Lawsuit for a Wisconsin Skiing or Snowboarding Injury?

By: Attorney Cameron Weitzner

While drunk and intoxicated driving are serious issues at all times of the year, they can be a significant concern during the holiday season. Between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, OWI cases often increase, and they can lead to accidents that may result in serious injuries or death. Wisconsin officials have reported that during the 2021 holiday season, 373 accidents involving intoxicated drivers occurred throughout the state, and these crashes led to 192 injuries and
Continue Reading OWI Arrests May Increase in Wisconsin During the Holiday Season

By: Attorney Megan Drury

If you are getting a divorce in Wisconsin, it is essential to understand the procedures that will be followed during your case. One issue that you may need to address during the divorce process involves stipulations, which may put temporary orders in place that will determine how certain issues will be handled as you work to dissolve your marriage. By understanding the role that stipulations can play in your divorce and working with an experienced
Continue Reading How Can Stipulations Affect a Wisconsin Divorce?