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Business and Commercial Law

Wisconsin Business LawFor over 150 years, the business lawyers at Dempsey Law Firm, LLP have represented Wisconsin financial, commercial, banking, service, manufacturing, publishing, educational, charitable, and municipal enterprises for all of their legal needs.

Our team of attorneys is well versed in all corporate, business and banking law matters. We routinely handle entity formations for sub-chapter S and C corporations, non-profit corporations, professional associations, partnerships, and limited liability companies. We also can function as the general counsel of your corporate entity, handle corporate books and minutes, prepare and file state required filings, negotiate and draft leases and contracts for sales and acquisitions, and pursue collections.

For the individual, our team of lawyers can offer knowledge in negotiating loan agreements, drafting promissory notes and guaranties, handling real estate issues, or reviewing title insurance policies and letter reports to protect the interests of our clients in all aspects of business transactions. As Wisconsin trial attorneys, we can litigate any corporate law issue. It is no surprise that our client list is so extensive.

Latest Blog Posts under "Business Law"

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    Thinking of selling your business? Of course not. Our economy is in a significant recession, credit is tight, markets are down, and buyers are scarce.…
  • New Standard for Non-Compete Clauses
    Thursday, 03 September 2009
    The Wisconsin Supreme Court adopted new standards that tend to save contracts designed to prevent ex-employees from competing with their former employers. In Star Direct v.…
  • Keys for Successful Non-Compete Clauses:
    Thursday, 03 September 2009
    1. Have a legitimate business need 2. Be reasonable in terms of time, customers and geography 3. Be as specific as possible 4. Provide reasonable…
  • Employing Your Children
    Thursday, 03 September 2009
    If you own a business, you may want to employ your children. Not only will this provide them with valuable work experience, but it presents…
  • Your Rights as a Landlord
    Thursday, 12 November 2009
    In a University town such as Oshkosh, many property owners wish to make a return on their investment by renting out homes and apartments to…