Weiss Berzowski Brady Attorneys to Speak at Upcoming MMAC Event

Milwaukee, WI – February 21, 2013 – Once again, Weiss Berzowski Brady is co-sponsoring an event with the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce.  This upcoming event, entitled “What the Chinese want today & how they’re trying to get it,” will feature a panel of three speakers, two of which are attorneys with Weiss Berzowski Brady LLP, Charles Stone and Sandy Swartzberg.  Registration for the event on March 5th is now open on the MMAC events page.  Early registration is recommended, as the MMAC lecture on “The Art of War and the War of Business” in 2011 drew a large attendance.  This upcoming presentation on the 5th is the first of several spring speaking engagements for Charles Stone on the topic of Chinese investment in the United States.

Weiss Berzowski Brady LLP Welcomes Neal S. Krokosky

Milwaukee, WI – February 18, 2013 – Weiss Berzowski Brady LLP is pleased to welcome new associate, Neal S. Krokosky. His current practice centers around commercial and employment litigation matters, though his prior experience in trial court is rather varied. Mr. Krokosky obtained the first dismissal of a Title III (A.D.A.) claim brought against a health care provider based on the exemption set forth in 42 U.S.C. § 12187 and has experience defending claims including: breach of contract; discrimination; asbestos; medical malpractice; and general liability.

Mr. Krokosky is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School (J.D., 2009) and American University (B.A., summa cum laude, 2004; M.A., 2006). While at law school, he volunteered for the Legal Information Center and served as submissions’ editor and cite-checker for the Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society. He also has clerked for both the Wisconsin Department of Justice (Office of Consumer Protection) and the Oneida Appeals Commission a/k/a the Oneida Tribal Judicial System. He has had scholarly works published in the Wisconsin Civil Trial Journal, with a forthcoming piece to be published in the American Journal of Trial Advocacy.

He is admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Wisconsin, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, as well as the Shoshone & Arapaho Tribal Courts. Mr. Krokosky is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin.

Sandy Swartzberg appointed to Advisory Board of the Waukesha County Economic Development Corporation

Milwaukee, WI – February 13, 2013  Weiss Berzowski Brady LLP’s Sandy Swartzberg was recently appointed to serve on the Advisory Board of the Waukesha County Economic Development Corporation. The WCEDC partners the Waukesha County government, private businesses, and the Waukesha County Technical College to innovate economic growth in the county. Advisory Board members are enlisted based on their experience in subject matters critical to the mission of the WCEDC.

Sandy’s appointment to the board stems from his legal experience with business partnerships and interest in innovation, both in regards to technology and internal business operations. Weiss Berzowski Brady LLP is proud to be a supporter of the WCEDC.

Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions Urges Caution

Milwaukee, WI – February 1, 2013 – The Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions reports that business owners have been asking about a form that recently went out to corporations in Wisconsin. Clarifying that the Annual Minutes Form sent from Corporate Records Service is not a form required by the DFI, or any other state agency, the DFI noted also that the company sending out the notices is not currently registered with the DFI.  Officials from several other states have also cautioned business owners about the mailing. The bottom line, according to Paul Holzem, Administrator for the DFI’s Division of Corporate and Consumer Services, is to make sure you are at least receiving some legitimate service in return if you do elect to fill out and return the form. The Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions press release may be found here.