Ogden Glazer + Schaefer

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

- Albert Einstein

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

Client Support Coordinator/Paralegal

Sherri S. Schaaf

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Representing: You? (3/19/2019)- In our engagement letter, we have some very important language. Possibly the most important is this: It is expressly agreed and understood by Client that OG + S is retained for the sole benefit of the Client, and not for the benefit of any other person, partnership, corporation, shareholder, office, director, affiliated company or guarantor ... Read more
Spring Cleaning (For Your Business) (3/12/2019)- Is it really Spring yet? In Wisconsin, Spring is a state of mind and a hope for the future. So, Happy Spring! Now is a great time to think about the changes, updates and innovations needed in your business to ensure continued success. This is a short post discussing a few simple things to think ... Read more
Dealing with Deadlock (3/5/2019)- “Sure, 50\50 ownership is fine” the potential clients said to me as they looked across my desk. “We haven’t really talked about it, but I guess it’s fair. Do you think that’s best?” Entrepreneurship is my jam – I love it! I have met with many nascent entrepreneurs – all with various legal and business ... Read more
Justify Your Existence (2/26/2019)- Back in the day, when we used read things in hard copy, there was a feature (in The AV Club, I think) that demanded that bands they reviewed to “Justify your existence.” The bands had to explain why they mattered; why should the customer should listen to their music, buy their CD (yeah, I just ... Read more
Making Estate Administration Easier: 3 Things to Think About (2/19/2019)- Here are 3 quick tips to make your loved one’s estate plan execution process a little easier. It’s uncomfortable to discuss estate planning with your parents or other loved ones, but these simple tips will make administration of any estate much, much easier. Where is the Will\Trust\Etc?:  This is pretty self-explanatory – but please discuss with mom ... Read more
I’ll Grant You That: DATCP’s Buy Local, Buy Wisconsin Grant (2/12/2019)- The Buy Local, Buy Wisconsin Grants is a competitive grant program put on by the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (“DATCP”) that funds local food efforts to increase the sale of Wisconsin-grown or produced food products.  The grants help farms and businesses more efficiently produce, process, market and distribute food in local ... Read more
Land Contracts – What to Know Before You “Rent to Own” (2/5/2019)- Full disclosure – in my time working at OG+S, I have not had one single client ask me about Land Contracts. That said, all of us volunteer a ton, so we luckily get a lot of exposure to other issues our OG+S clients may not normally run into. Erin is very active with the Community ... Read more
Inked Up for Copyright (1/29/2019)- We have previously discussed that ownership of copyright defaults to the creator of work and that someone else can’t just use or duplicate the work without the owner’s permission. So, it wouldn’t be surprising to those who read our blog regularly to hear that some creators are upset that a party has taken their works ... Read more
Mac Ain’t So Big Anymore (in Europe) (1/22/2019)- We file a lot of trademarks here at OG+S. At the most basic level, a trademark allows you the right to exclude someone else from using your name or logo – and also allows you to exclude someone from using a name or logo that is close (or kinda close) to your protected name or logo. ... Read more
Miles To Go Before We Sleep (1/15/2019)- January 1, 2019, was a big day. I mean, for one thing, our firm turned 3 years old. No more terrible twos for us! Second, and perhaps with more widespread impact, it was the first time in 20 years that published copyrighted works entered into the public domain in the United States. We have previously ... Read more
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