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 Samuel J. Kavalier

Law Clerk

Miranda R. Salazar

Administrative Staff

Sherri S. Schaaf – Client Support Coordinator/Project Manager

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
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Recent Blog Posts

Will You Go Out With Me? (6/8/2021) - Unsurprisingly, I find myself often being asked to describe what “intellectual property” is.  I, all too often, find myself giving a description that is not all that helpful.  If you are asking what “intellectual property” is, then saying “intangible business assets” isn’t going to get us much closer to understanding.  One way that I have ... Read more
Welcome Sam and Miranda! (5/25/2021) - It is our pleasure to introduce you to Sam Kavalier, our newest attorney, and Miranda Salazar, our new Law Clerk! Sam is a recent graduate of University of Wisconsin Law School, and we are thrilled he decided to begin his law career with OG+S. While interviewing Sam, we were particularly impressed with his pre-law school ... Read more
Another Emergency Rule: More Changes for Hemp Growers and Processors in Wisconsin (5/18/2021) - Effective May 3, 2021 DATCP (Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection) published an Emergency Rule making further changes to Wisconsin’s Hemp Pilot Program. Although Wisconsin is still operating under a “Pilot Program” pursuant to the provisions of the 2014 Farm Bill, this Emergency Rule (and the others before it) are meant to add flexibility ... Read more
The Seller is Now Played By… (5/11/2021) - One of my favorite things to do is help someone buy or sell a business.  It is often either the grand finale for the owner of a successful company or the beginning of one for new owners.  No matter if I am representing the buyer or the seller, it is exciting.  Also, regardless of who ... Read more
Introducing Pam Benedon! (5/4/2021) - We are very excited to announce that Pam Benedon has joined the OG+S team as a Legal Assistant. Yesterday (May 3) was her first day! Pam graduated from University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh earning a Bachelor of Science in Education degree in English and Speech Communication. In her free time, Pam enjoys swimming, hiking, reading, and traveling. ... Read more
I Don’t Wanna Wait… (4/27/2021) - for our lives to be over! If you’re of a certain age, I hope that the title of this post caused you to belt that one out. Man, the nineties and early 2000’s were a beautiful time (which is exactly what my Dad says about the 70’s). “I Don’t Want to Wait” by Paula Cole ... Read more
Awkward is the New Cool (4/20/2021) - We work with a lot of entrepreneurs and start-ups. Heck, at 5 years old, our firm is just getting out of the toddler stage!  So, I get asked a lot about the “how.” How do you start? How do you know what to do? How do you scale?  We can answer a lot of the ... Read more
Fearless (The Legal Version) (4/13/2021) - Big weekend! Taylor Swift has re-released her 2008 album “Fearless” to claw back ownership of, and agency over, her music after the much publicized sale of the original master recordings to a private equity firm. The release, of course, is taglined, “Taylor’s Version” – but what is the (copyright) legality behind how Taylor was able ... Read more
[Not So] Basic Economics (4/6/2021) - People are weird. It really boils down to that.  And I’m not excluding myself from that categorization at all.  All people are weird.  Need proof? Veblen goods are proof.  A Veblen good is a good where demand rises as price rises. See?! Weird.  But, it turns out that people are weird in a somewhat predictable ... Read more
CDC Extends Eviction Moratorium to June 30th (3/30/2021) - In welcome news for renters across the country, the Centers for Disease Control have extended the current Eviction Moratorium, which was set to expire on Wednesday, until June 30th. Under the extended order, residential tenants cannot be evicted from their homes solely for non-payment of rent, provided they give their Landlords (or Landlord’s agent) a ... Read more
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