- May 19, 2020
- April 23, 2020
- April 3, 2020
- April 3, 2020
- April 3, 2020
- January 14, 2020
The potential tax-saving opportunities afforded by 2017 Wisconsin Act 368 are now available to partnerships with respect to their 2019 taxable years (and the upcoming 2020 filing season) – meaning potential tax savings for their owners. Thomas J. Nichols and James W. DeCleene discuss the act and its tax implications.
- December 20, 2019
- December 5, 2019
- Everything Old Is New Again: Tracing the Origins of What Constitutes the "Field of Health" for Purposes of Code Sec. 199ASeptember 4, 2019
The term "specified service trade or business" ("SSTB") for purposes of Code Sec. 199A means any trade or business “which is described in section 1202(e)(3)(A) (applied without regard to the words 'engineering, architecture,') or which would be so described if the term 'employees or owners' were substituted for 'employees' therein."
- Shareholder Michael Cohen’s Article “A Perilous Decision: Steadfast Explains an Insurer's Duty to Defend in the Multi-Insurer Context (and the Damages Available Against a Breaching Insurer)” Featured in the Wisconsin Civil Trial JournalAugust 21, 2019
Shareholder Michael Cohen recently co-authored an article for the Wisconsin Defense Counsel’s Wisconsin Civil Trial Journal, Summer 2019 Edition titled, “A Perilous Decision: Steadfast Explains an Insurer's Duty to Defend in the Multi-Insurer Context (and the Damages Available Against a Breaching Insurer).”
- Attorney April Toy Authors Article Titled “Implicit Bias and the Gender Leadership Gap” for the Marquette University Law School Faculty BlogJune 11, 2019
Attorney April Toy, a member of Meissner Tierney's commercial litigation practice group, authored an article for the Marquette University Law School Faculty Blog titled, “Implicit Bias and the Gender Leadership Gap.”
- December 27, 2018
Included among the bills just passed by the Wisconsin legislature was new 2017 Wisconsin Act 368, https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/2017/related/acts/368. This Act contains provisions, which were sponsored and championed by Sen. Howard Marklein, a certified public accountant, that allow pass-through entities (S corporations, as well as partnerships, limited liability companies and other entities treated as partnerships under the Internal Revenue Code) to elect to be taxed at the entity level.
- Attorney Randy Brotherhood's Article, “The EU’s New General Data Protection Regulation: Implications for U.S. Businesses” Published by The State Bar of WisconsinOctober 12, 2018
The State Bar of Wisconsin’s Business Law Blog recently published an article authored by Meissner Tierney shareholder Randy Brotherhood entitled “The EU’s New General Data Protection Regulation: Implications for U.S. Businesses.”
- Attorneys Tom Nichols and James DeCleene Co-author Article “Investing in Qualified Wisconsin Businesses: A Closer Look” for the State Bar of WisconsinOctober 1, 2018
President and shareholder Tom Nichols and attorney James DeCleene recently co-authored an article for the State Bar of Wisconsin's Inside Track publication titled "Investing in Qualified Wisconsin Businesses: A Closer Look."
- Attorney Dieter Juedes’ Article “The Breaching Defender? — Navigating Wisconsin’s Breach of Duty to Defend Jurisprudence When an Insurer Provides a Defense” is Featured in the Wisconsin Civil Trial Journal, A Publication of the Wisconsin Defense CounselAugust 27, 2018
Attorney Dieter Juedes, recently authored an article for the Wisconsin Defense Counsel’s Wisconsin Civil Trial Journal, Summer 2018 Edition titled, “The Breaching Defender? — Navigating Wisconsin’s Breach of Duty to Defend Jurisprudence When an Insurer Provides a Defense.”
- July 1, 2018
You may have read an article that one of us wrote eight years ago for the Journal of Passthrough Entities, entitled “Code Section 1202 Stock: Fool’s Gold or Worse for Most Taxpayers.”
- June 12, 2018
The General Data Protection Regulation, also known by the acronym “GDPR,” is a sweeping new privacy law that strictly regulates what businesses must do to protect the electronic personal data of their European Union (EU) customers. The GDPR has enormous ramifications for businesses around the world, including those located in the United States, if they have any customers in the EU — even if it’s just a single person who purchased a product or service over the Internet.
- Attorney Adam Tutaj Authors Article “Tax Treatment of Settlements and Judgments in Employment Law Claims – Some Examples” for the State Bar of WisconsinJune 7, 2018
Shareholder Adam Tutaj, a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin's Taxation Law Section, authored an article for the Labor & Employment Law Blog titled “Tax Treatment of Settlements and Judgments in Employment Law Claims – Some Examples.”