Attorney Ashley C. Lehocky recently attended the seminar The Rules of Evidence: A Practical Toolkit, where they picked up some great trial practice advice which both are eager to bring to the courtroom.Back To Top
The Court of Appeals affirmed a trial court grant of a motion for summary judgment brought by the firm on behalf of a municipal client. At issue were the procedures for bringing an action on a claim for excessive property tax assessment and the procedures for challenging the decision of a local Board of Review.Back To Top
Attorneys Richard J. Carlson and Ashley C. Lehocky attended the annual Municipal Attorneys Institute. The annual gathering of municipal attorneys from all over the State provides a wealth of ideas, war stories, and practical advice for municipal practitioners.Back To Top
Silton Seifert Carlson, S.C. is proud to announce the hiring of Attorney Ashley C. Lehocky. Ms. Lehocky worked with the firm as a paralegal prior to attending Hamline University School of Law, where she was a member of law review, a judicial clerk and a Dean’s Scholar.
After graduating cum laude, Ms. Lehocky spent a year with a major Milwaukee law firm. In her return to the Fox Valley, Ms. Lehocky will specialize in civil and commercial litigation and municipal law.
Ms. Lehocky can be reached at 920.739.2366 or email@example.com.Back To Top
Attorney Richard J. Carlson gave a presentation at the annual Wisconsin Town Lawyers Conference about the Impact of Agricultural Use Assessments. Mr. Carlson is very experienced in property tax assessment law and may be contacted for presentations at 920.739.2366.Back To Top
The Court of Appeals affirmed a trial court ruling upholding a property tax assessment in a city represented before both courts by our firm.Back To Top
The Court of Appeals published its decision in West Capitol, Inc. v. Village of Sister Bay, 2014 WI App 52, 354 Wis.2d 130, 848 N.W.2d 875. In this case, tried to the circuit court and briefed and argued on appeal by our firm, the Court of Appeals held that vacant real property is not "undeveloped land" for purposes of property tax assessment.Back To Top
A decision regarding special assessments, briefed and argued to the Wisconsin Supreme Court by Attorney Richard J. Carlson, is published, CED Properties LLC v. City of Oshkosh, 2013 WI App 75, 348 Wis.2d 305, 836 N.W.2d 654; 2014 WI 10, 352 Wis.2d 613, 843 N.W.2d 382.Back To Top