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Estate Planning 2016: A Quick Guide

By: Sam Skorepa What to do with our assets after death is often a difficult topic to discuss. The delicate nature of this discussion and the many activities that compete for our time make estate planning fall to the bottom of our to do lists. Individuals often inquire about estate planning only after significant life…

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Jeff Lang Attorney At Law

Five Questions with…Jeff Lang

Today is our second installment of “Five Questions with,” a series that features the attorneys of our firm each week. This week we sat down with Jeff Lang, a former United States Attorney and FBI Agent. What was your favorite class in law school? Constitutional Law What is the biggest challenge facing lawyers today? Keeping…

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Ian Russell Attorney At Law

Five Questions with…Ian Russell

In 2016, we’re kicking off a new series where we’ll ask each of our attorneys five questions as a way to better acquaint you with the team that makes up Lane & Waterman. We start with Ian Russell, a partner whose picture was taken right before he grew a great beard. What was your favorite class…

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Lane & Waterman attorney, Judith Herrmann, presents at December 9 United Way Non-Profit Board Governance Series

As part of United Way of the Quad Cities’ four-part Non-Profit Board Governance training series, Lane & Waterman’s Judith Herrmann joined attorneys Jodi Fisk of Deere & Company and Daniel Hardin of Bozeman, Neighbour, Patton, & Noe, to deliver the presentation: Employers’ Obligations under the Americans with Disabilities Act, as amended (ADAAA). “The number of…

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