The WiLaw Connection: Quarterly Publication–January 2023
IRS Postpones $600 Payment Processor 1099-K Reporting Requirement
In a year-end gift of sorts to tax professionals, payment processing companies, and individuals pursuing eBay and other small-transaction side hustles, the IRS has delayed a new transaction reporting requirement that some believed would cause confusion among taxpayers and tax preparers alike.

How Do Wisconsin’s New LLC Laws Impact My Company?
Recently, Wisconsin passed new business entity laws, greatly impacting limited liability companies and their members, and largely overhauling and replacing Chapter 183 of the Wisconsin Statutes, which governs LLCs. This article will help you identify the key changes under the new LLC laws, as well as point you towards the next steps in preparing for this overhaul—including decisions to be made before year-end.

Legal Planning for your College Student
In the summer flurry of packing and planning to transition their high school student to college life, many parents overlook the legal documents that can help families in the event of a student’s financial or health emergency. As many parents learn the hard way when their child suffers a physical or mental health crisis, the law generally prohibits a hospital or medical provider from sharing information about their adult child without their child’s consent regardless of whether the child is covered under their health insurance or a dependent for tax purposes.

Religious Accommodation in Employment Will Have Its Day at the High Court
In recent years, the U.S. Supreme Court has made major employment law headlines with its Bostock decision (holding sexual orientation and gender identity are protected classes under Title VII) and Epic Systems decision (holding class-action waivers are enforceable against employees), among others. It looks like 2023 will be no different.

Firm News
Super Lawyers Recognizes 25 O’Neil Cannon Attorneys
There are over 15,000 lawyers in Wisconsin. Just 5% of them are selected to appear on the Wisconsin Super Lawyers list. At O'Neil Cannon over half of the firm was recognized this year as Super Lawyers or Rising Stars honorees.

Congratulations to our attorneys on their recognition.
Jean M. Ansay
Patrick D. Bomhack
Nicholas G. Chmurski
Douglas P. Dehler
James G. DeJong
Seth E. Dizard
Peter J. Faust
John G. Gehringer
Joseph E. Gumina
Jessica K. Haskell
Carl D. Holborn
Grant C. Killoran
Dean P. Laing
Trevor C. Lippman
Gregory W. Lyons
Patrick G. McBride
Britany E. Morrison
Joseph D. Newbold
Erica N. Reib
Chad J. Richter
John R. Schreiber
Jason R. Scoby
Steven J. Slawinski
Kelly M. Spott
Christa D. Wittenberg

Firms included in the 2023 Best Law Firms” list are recognized for professional excellence with persistently impressive ratings from clients and peers. Achieving a tiered ranking signals a unique combination of quality law practice and breadth of legal expertise.
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