Lawsuit Opens Doors

As a kid, one of my favorite comic book superheroes was Daredevil. Daredevil’s alter ego is Matt Murdock, an attorney in New York City’s Hell’s Kitchen who typically represents the little guy against big businesses, many of which are owned by Daredevil’s nemesis, the crime boss Kingpin. As a youth, Matt pushed an elderly man […]

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Photo-bomb

This year our family went to San Francisco over Spring Break. We made some truly awesome memories: we visited Alcatraz, we went to Fisherman’s Wharf and Pier 39, we rode on trolleys and we spent an unbelievable day with my cousin by taking a boat ride on the bay followed by dinner at her yacht […]

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How is Your Operating Agreement Operating?

Chances are you haven’t looked at it in a while, which is a good thing because you are likely busy running your business.  But, if you haven’t looked at your operating agreement since before January 1, 2018, it’s probably a good time to dust it off. How do changes to audits and tax collection impact […]

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Free Parking!

When I went to Madison for law school, it was hard for me to get used to the sheer number of people there. Traffic was crazy, and so was parking. I was used to parking on the street in front of an establishment or in a nearby parking lot – for free. In Madison, however, […]

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Get to Know Us: Katherine Canadeo

Where do you live? Appleton Where are you from? Green Bay My legal practice… Family Law My family…. My husband, Ryan Thompson, and our four children, Ava (9), Janie (6), Daniel (3), Greta (1). What part of your job is your favorite? Getting to know my clients and forming life-long relationships with many of them. […]

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School’s Out Forever!

Last month my buddy, Jon, and I visited Riverview Middle School in Kaukauna on Career Day to talk about how to become a lawyer. We explained that after graduating from high school and then college, you need three years of law school. To get admitted, however, you need to take the Law School Admissions Test. […]

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Trouble Brewing

Last week I wrote about Pabst creatively interpreting the law to make whiskey, which would otherwise have to be marketed as moonshine, by running it through a barrel for five seconds. Sometimes a beer company’s creativity can get it in trouble, however. If you’ve watched any of the NCAA tournament this year, you’ve probably seen […]

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Get to Know Us: Yadira Rein

Where do you live? Appleton Where are you from?  I was born in El Paso, Texas. I grew up in Mexico with my grandparents until I was 10 years old and then moved to the Fox Valley.   My legal practice… I represent clients throughout a variety of family law issues such as divorce, legal separation, […]

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