Ogden Glazer + Schaefer

"Make things as simple as possible, but no simpler."

- Albert Einstein

Attorney Profiles

Erin R. Ogden
Jeffrey M. Glazer
Collin F. Schaefer

Administrative Staff

Sherri S. Schaaf – Client Support Coordinator/Project Manager
Hannah R. Best – Legal Assistant

You can send us mail at:
Ogden Glazer + Schaefer
PO Box 45116
Madison, WI 53744

or

Ogden Glazer + Schaefer
W62N248 Washington Ave
Suite B204
Cedarburg, WI 53012

or call us at: 608-561-7229

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Recent Blog Posts

Happy Memorial Day! (5/26/2020) - We hope you all had a great Memorial Day weekend! (Lola sure did!)
On Your Mark, Get Set, Maybe Don’t Go? (5/19/2020) - As you likely know, the Wisconsin Supreme Court struck down the statewide Safer at Home orders as invalid and unenforceable. That means that any further statewide rules will need legislature’s actions. Many counties and municipalities then implemented their own orders, but many did not. Some municipalities that originally said they were going to have such ... Read more
So, you got a gig! But are you managing your risk? (5/12/2020) - This week our blog features guest author Ryan Waite of Neckerman Insurance Services. While it was written pre-COVID, it still holds true and contains some great information for those of you finding yourselves looking at side gigs or maybe even a brand new, full-time freelancing gig. I know many of you are, because we are ... Read more
Hiring interns? You might want to consider paying them (and probably should). (5/5/2020) - I graduated from college in May 2009. During that time, “unpaid internships” were all the rage (whether they were legal or not was another consideration all together). As the economy is going though another downturn, I suspect unpaid internships will be on the rise again. While the Department of Labor rules governing unpaid internship programs ... Read more
Unemployment Benefits Respect State Borders (4/28/2020) - Under Section 2104 of the CARES Act, nearly all individuals receiving unemployment benefits could temporarily receive an emergency increase of $600.00 in their weekly benefit. This increased benefit is fully funded by the federal government until July 31, 2020. The federal payments were contingent on the execution of a signed agreement between the US Department of Labor (“DOL”) and ... Read more
What is a Trademark Disclaimer, Anyway? (4/21/2020) - Taking a slight break from the current news and topics this week to talk about our favorite topic at OG+S: trademarks. A Little Background: Not every word or phrase in the universe can be trademarked. Specifically, words that are generic or descriptive (without something more) cannot be protected. It sounds complicated, but most of the ... Read more
Payroll Protection Program Pickiness (4/14/2020) - The Payroll Protection Program supposedly was taking first applications on April 3, 2020.   I have to admit that I know of no one that got an application in to a bank on that day.   But last week, people were actually getting applications in, and some have already received approvals.  That means that if you are ... Read more
Families First Means Paid Leave (4/7/2020) - There are currently two COVID-19 related acts:  The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”) and the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. I know everyone wants to know about the Payroll Protection Program under the CARES Act. We’ve been looking at it and talking to banks, but let’s address the Families First Act ... Read more
Working Virtual? Here Are Some Tools We Use: (3/31/2020) - We have offices in Cedarburg and Madison – but in reality, we work all over the place (or did, until we all started working from home). Making that happen seems pretty easy, especially with technology, but getting the right mix and hitting our stride took time – and there were bumps in the road. Along ... Read more
Best Laid Plans (3/24/2020) - I had grand plans for today’s blog post. I should discuss the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. I should discuss the different loan and business programs available in Wisconsin. I should do a lot of things. But really, what I want to do is just figure out a way to get us all through the ... Read more
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