November 3, 2021

Neglecting Receivables Can Be A Critical Mistake: Why A Comprehensive Collection Policy Can Make All The Difference

Imagine a company whose business is brisk, services and goods are coveted, and sales are at record levels. Yet the company’s tremendous success is not reflected […]
April 22, 2021

A Warning to the Unwary: Beware of Fair Dealership Laws When Making a “Covid-Shakeup.”

KMK is pleased to announce that an article by KMK Shareholder Ryan M. Billings was recently published in the Spring 2021 edition of Primerus Paradigm. The […]
October 14, 2020

The Advantages of Working with a Smaller Law Firm

When it comes to choosing a law firm, there are thousands of options available, whether you’re looking for a firm in your city or state, across […]
June 29, 2020

Does the Bankruptcy of a Guarantor Extinguish the Guaranty of Future Business Debts? Perhaps Not!

The scenario is unusual but is becoming increasingly more common. A business enters into a credit agreement with a creditor to purchase goods or services. The […]
June 15, 2020

Mandatory Indemnification: Sue Me and You’ll Pay My Attorneys’ Fees

Ryan M. Billings recently submitted an article for the Wisconson Bar Association’s Business Law Section Blog. It discusses mandatory indemnification and highlights equity holders’ exposure to […]
March 30, 2020

COVID-19 and Its Implications for Your Contract Performance

Introduction   COVID-19 has precipitated unprecedented dislocations and hardships. Every aspect of our nation’s population and economy has been affected, often in shocking and unprecedented ways. […]
March 16, 2020

Why Hire an Appellate Lawyer?

When people think of a legal appeal, the typical scenario that comes to mind is when one party loses in court and they appeal in an […]
January 10, 2020

The Perils of the CCAP Shortcut

The Consolidated Court Automation Program (known as “CCAP”) is a searchable website operated by the Wisconsin Courts that contains docket information on Wisconsin state court cases […]
January 2, 2020

California Court Allows Debtor to Create Exemption with Non-Exempt Assets

Homestead exemption laws can be used by debtors to shield real property assets from collection by creditors. A recent federal district court decision held that such […]