Obtaining a court judgment against a debtor corporation is only the first step in the collection process. Finding assets to satisfy that judgment is generally the more time consuming and difficult step. Often, the first step in the search is having a representative of the debtor corporation testify under oath at a supplemental hearing to

The 2009 Wisconsin Budget Bill contains proposed changes in condemnation law which may substantially impact on the ability of business property owners to successfully challenge condemnation or contest the amount of compensation awarded.

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is sponsoring the proposed modifications.  Currently, an owner of land subject to condemnation may recover attorneys fees incurred

In business litigation, the question often arises which person among the employees of a corporation, limited liability company, partnership or association should be deposed in order to most effectively discover what information a business entity which is a party to the litigation has regarding the dispute, and what kind of testimony the entity would present