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Open House

Thank to all of our municipal clients, friends, family members and the Outagamie County Bar Association attorneys who joined us last Thursday for our Open House. The kind words and support are appreciated as we embark on this new adventure. If you couldn't attend but...

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Town Counsel Law expanding office in Appleton

We are expanding! The addition of a second conference room will provide parties who choose Attorney Carlson as mediator with a more private and comfortable setting. Thank you to all of our clients who have supported us through our recent transition and the opening of...

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Attorney Rich Carlson on “The Lawyers”

If you missed it live, click the link to hear Attorney Rich Carlson discuss the legal basis for local governments’ power to levy special assessments in Wisconsin on WHBY's "The Lawyers". https://www.whby.com/2019/04/29/the-lawyers-on-special-assessments/

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Attorneys opening Law Office in Appleton WI

Attorneys Ashley Lehocky and Richard Carlson are excited to announce the opening of Town Counsel Law & Litigation, LLC. We believe that successfully addressing the special needs of our municipal clients requires more than just knowledge of the law. Our commitment...

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Check out these other helpful resources:

Wisconsin Towns Association

Provides education, legal information, and grassroots legislative advocacy to empower and inspire members to lead in their communities.

League of Wisconsin Municipalities

The League was created to help Wisconsin cities and villages share ideas and learn from one another, to train and provide information to the people elected and appointed to govern those cities and villages, and to advocate on their behalf with the Wisconsin Legislature, Governor and state agencies.

University of Wisconsin-Madison Local Government Center

Helps local government officials build their capacity to govern.

Town Counsel Law & Litigation has provided links to (but not official endorsement of) these resources as they may be helpful to Wisconsin municipalities and their representatives.