Insurance Coverage Held To Exist On Appeal In Spite Of “Care, Custody, and Control” Exclusion

Milwaukee, WI – September 23, 2010 – In a decision issued by the Wisconsin Court of Appeals on September 22, 2010, Chris J Trebatoski and Bryan W Edgar, successfully argued that even though the president of the insured home construction general contractor was living in the house his company was building for his family, the “care, custody, and control” exclusion contained in the company’s insurance policy did not preclude coverage for personal property owned by the president and his family when a fire destroyed the home and its contents.  Decision available here.

Chiming in on the Expiring Tax Cuts – Milwaukee BizTimes Addresses the Issues

Milwaukee, WI – September 10, 2010 – This week, the Milwaukee BizTimes addressed a topic that is on business owners’ minds these days: the looming expiration of the Bush administration tax cuts.  Both Michael Berzowski and John Sikora were amongst the experts quoted in the BizTimes article.  The article covers several of the possibilities the future has to hold – including possible action by Congress – and can be read here.