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Evicted: notices needed to terminate a residential tenancy in Wisconsin

In this video, Attorney Jessica M. Kramer discusses how to terminate a residential tenancy, what type of notice to use, and provides answers to some commonly asked questions.       For more information about legal issues pertaining to landlords, or ways in which KEW can assist you with landlord related inquiries, contact KEW at […]

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Do I need to provide leave to my employees?

  First of all, when we say “leave” we are referring to leave as a general term of not being required to be at work. So, leave is an umbrella term that refers to vacation time, sick time, personal time,  PTO and whatever other creative term may be used to refer to time away from […]

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What is Litigation?

Attorney Nicholas C. Watt begins his litigation series with Part 1: What is Litigation?  

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How to Serve an Eviction Notice

  Attorney Joe Andreoni discusses how to serve an eviction notice in Wisconsin.   For more information about serving eviction notices, or other landlord and/or eviction questions, contact Kramer, Elkins & Watt, LLC at 608-709-7115 or info@kewlaw.com.

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Depp v. Heard: Attorney Objects to His Own Question but Did He?

  The headline on this video clip of testimony in the trial of Johnny Depp’s case against his ex-spouse, Amber Heard, says that Amber Heard’s attorney “objects to his own question”. But did he?  What is actually happening here is that he objected to the answer, or at least he intended to do so.   […]

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Do I Really Need to Shovel Snow?

As winter rolls on, it gets tougher and tougher for even the hardiest Wisconsinites to pull themselves out of bed before work and shovel out the previous night’s snowfall. This is especially true when snow accumulates on consecutive days or the piles of snow bordering our sidewalks get to be chest high. As obnoxious as […]

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The Wage and Hour Implications of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act

In early November, 2021, President Biden signed into law the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, a bipartisan infrastructure deal. The bill allocates approximately $1.2 trillion for infrastructure spending, including $55 billion to expand access to clean drinking water, $110 billion for roads and bridges, $66 billion for railroads, $65 billion each for power grid updates […]

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The Supreme Court Issues Opinions On Two Vaccination Mandates: What Employers Need To Know

On January 13, The Supreme Court of the United States issued two important decisions pertaining to vaccinations in the workplace. In one ruling, the Supreme Court struck down the Biden Administration’s OSHA rule requiring employers of 100 or more individuals to implement a policy requiring their employees to either get vaccinated against COVID-19 or show […]

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PHMDC Renews County-Wide Mask Mandate

Despite previously saying it had no plans to renew the mask mandate after a previous iteration expired on November 27, Public Health of Madison and Dane County (“PHMDC”) has issued a new mask mandate to run until January 3. Is This Order the Same as the Previous Iterations? Largely, yes. The current order substantially mirrors […]

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Five Days, Fourteen Days, and the Right to Cure: Notices to Terminate a Residential Tenancy

One of the most common questions or misunderstandings we see among residential landlords is: When is the appropriate situation to use a 5-Day Notice to Pay/Cure or Quit (a “5-Day”) versus a 14-Day Notice Terminating Tenancy (a “14-Day”), which does not give the tenant the ability to cure the default and continue to reside in […]

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