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
Katie A. Mahoney

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

For Sale: Business, Slightly Used (11/24/2020) - We help business owners buy and sell companies. It can be fun; it can be stressful. It always makes for a busy year end. Often, we first get asked about the deal once the buyer and seller have already found each other. Sometimes many of the terms are set. Great! Other times, a business owner ... Read more
Virtual Entertainment Needed! (11/17/2020) - During a time where almost everything is being done virtually, it is more important than ever that we inform ourselves on copyright law and the licenses and permissions needed to lawfully conduct our desired activities in a virtual environment. I don’t know about you, but I really miss going to live musical performances. Fortunately, I ... Read more
Reconnect with the Library: Check out Libby (11/10/2020) - I have been a fan of the library for a long time. If you don’t have a library card, I suggest getting one right away. The library, even in a small town like mine, is a source of amazing resources – books, music, online courses, software, and more (not to mention, free book delivery from ... Read more
Vote! (11/3/2020) - The Fifteenth, Nineteenth, and Twenty-sixth state that voting rights of U.S. citizens cannot be abridged on account of race, color, previous condition of servitude, sex, or age for those above 18. Therefore, we hope that you have been able to exercise your right to vote. Unlike Lewis the Cat, who has no such right.
The Least Hard Part of Brexit (10/27/2020) - Brexit has been, well, let’s say bumpy. One thing that has seen a bit less turbulence than other areas of contention is trademarks. So let’s keep our fingers crossed that what I write below remains true as it has all year. For those not regularly pursuing international trademarks, a very quick primer: When registering a ... Read more
Leave the Terror Behind with an Incontestable Trademark! (10/20/2020) - With Halloween approaching there are more scary things than usual sending chills down my spine. Some of these things are fun-scary, like playing spooky pranks on friends, covering my eyes for most of a horror flick, or taking witching hour strolls through poorly lit cemeteries. Then there are things like the current economic crisis sending ... Read more
Words Matter, Even in Privacy Policies. (10/13/2020) - Words matter; but what you actually do matters more. When the words and actions don’t line up – trouble is brewing. This post is about Privacy Policies and why, just like other contracts, copying and pasting one from the Internet may not be the best idea. Read on for more information. Privacy Policies are notoriously ... Read more
Buy-in Helps Everyone! (10/6/2020) - We previously talked about why a company would want restrictive covenants, but it isn’t just the company acting.  The employees are agreeing to the non-compete, non-solicitation, or non-disclosure provisions, too.  As for employees, they need to understand: 1) what they can and cannot do during their employment and afterwards, and 2) why it matters.  Their willingness to follow ... Read more
The Annual Corporate Throwdown…I Mean…Meeting! (9/29/2020) - As an attorney fresh out of law school, I am all too familiar with the confusion and difficulty involved with starting something new, familiarizing yourself, and applying the intricate rules and procedures of whatever that new thing may be.   For all the business newbies out there, today is your lucky day. Have you been banging your ... Read more
Protecting Your Investment in Employees (9/22/2020) - We at OG+S are very excited to have two new employees this year.  They are smart, capable young women who make us a better law firm.  I wouldn’t trade either of them.  But, you know what, they take a lot of my time.  There is a boatload of training that goes into new hires.  They are learning our systems, ... Read more
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