Dedicated Legal Counsel In Hudson And Throughout Western Wisconsin

Representing Businesses In Hudson And Throughout Western Wisconsin

If you are starting a small business, or you are looking for experienced business law counsel, turn to the Hudson, Wisconsin, law firm of Mudge Porter Lundeen & Seguin, S.C. We have been in practice since 1983, focusing a large part of our practice on business law, including employment law, to business owners throughout northwestern Wisconsin.

We have extensive litigation and negotiation experience and know Wisconsin business and commercial law. If you need help with related employment law issues, such as writing employee handbooks which are compliant with state and federal law, we can step in to help get it done right the first time.

For a confidential consultation with a qualified business law attorney, contact the law firm of Mudge Porter Lundeen & Seguin, S.C., in Hudson, Wisconsin.

Serving Small Business Clients Throughout Northwestern Wisconsin

Our attorneys serve small business clients in a wide variety of business law issues, including:

  • Partnership and shareholder disputes
  • Employment and business relations
  • Compliance with state and federal employment laws and regulations
  • Starting a small business, including LLC formation, business licensing and establishing a Tax ID
  • Copyrighting your trademark or business logo
  • Licensing agreements
  • Litigation, including contract disputes and defense of wrongful discharge
  • General counsel
  • Contract disputes
  • Insurance disputes

We Are The Only Law Firm You Will Ever Need

We strive to provide comprehensive support to private businesses in the Hudson, Wisconsin, area. We have been in business ourselves since 1983, and reach out to the business and legal community by providing seminars on ‘ and real estate. We want to be your trusted advisors in all business-related legal matters.

The business law attorneys at Mudge Porter Lundeen & Seguin, S.C., provide startups with sound legal advice on business formation, including setting up contracts and licensing agreements to avoid costly future litigation. We will be glad to review franchise agreements to make sure your rights are protected.

For additional information about Wisconsin business law, including establishing a partnership or corporation, please call 888-365-5389, email us or fill out our intake form.