Collin F. Schaefer
Collin Schaefer works with business owners at all stages of their business development – consulting with Founders on pivotal start-up matters such as their business model, entity choice, protecting and leveraging intellectual property, hiring employees and contractors, minimizing damage from disgruntled Founders, Internet law, and State & Local regulations. He continues to support business owners as they grow their business, with a particular eye towards reducing risk and taking advantage of revenue opportunities that may be overlooked.
At OG+S Collin’s practice focuses on: startups & securities, trademarks, alcohol regulation & licensing, real estate, and software.
Prior to pursuing a career in law, Collin worked in the software industry – specifically with data integrity and internal control systems. He received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in International Business with concentrations in Sales and Spanish from Bradley University, was born and raised in Ozaukee County, and graduated from Grafton High School. In his free time, Collin enjoys hiking, adventure sports, travel, Spanish language, and reading. Collin is a current Board Member of the Ozaukee Washington Land Trust, the Cedarburg Chamber of Commerce, and is involved in a number of other local organizations.
JD – University of Wisconsin | Madison
BA International Business & Spanish – Bradley University (summa cum laude)
Ozaukee Washington Land Trust – Board of Directors
Cedarburg Chamber of Commerce – Board of Directors
Grafton Lions Club
Legal Action of Wisconsin – Eviction Defense Project Volunteer
Past President – Dodge County Bar Association
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