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If you have money remaining from your stimulus checks and are running out of things to buy before your 12-month window to spend it closes, Attorney Aric Burch shares a unique solution for you to save that money in his latest post.
Ruder Ware is pleased to announce Attorney Ben Streckert has been honored as an “Up and Coming Lawyer” by Wisconsin Law Journal. The honor is bestowed upon attorneys who have displayed excellence during their first eight years in the field. Firm President Matt Rowe commented in his nomination, “he has demonstrated an impressive ability to […]
Today the EEOC updated its FAQ at Section K regarding vaccination requirements in the workplace. It also issued guidance for employees and job applicants entitled “Federal Laws Protect You Against Employment Discrimination During the COVID-19 Pandemic.” Main takeaways from the EEOC’s update are as follows: The EEOC confirms that employers can require employees to get […]
Summertime is a special time of year in Wisconsin. It brings many families to cabins where they create memories and traditions that will be cherished forever. However, many problems arise if families do not create a plan for the future ownership and management of the family cabin. The cabin may be subject to the claims […]
On Thursday, June 10, 2021, OSHA finally issued its long-delayed COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard (“ETS”) which is effective immediately. However, it applies only to the healthcare sector. Applicable employers must comply with most provisions within 14 days and with the remaining provisions within 30 days. The full guidance can be found here. Who Does it […]
There are federal and state laws that may apply when transferring ownership of a gun. These laws apply when gifting or selling a gun during lifetime, or when transferring a gun after the death of the gun owner. Attorney Kayla Murphy answers the question of to whom a gun can be transferred under Wisconsin law in […]
Terry Frankland, former owner of V&H, Inc. states, “If you truly look at the people here, from the attorneys to the assistants, everything is done first class.” The strength of the Ruder Ware brand has persevered for over 100 years because of the firm’s commitment to putting clients first, being ethical in the practice of […]
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services recently announced the “minimum monthly maintenance needs allowance” (“MMMNA”) will be increased from $2,873.34 to $2,903.34 starting on July 1, 2021. As part of laws designed to prevent spousal impoverishment due to the high cost of long-term care, the “community spouse” (who is the spouse of an individual receiving […]