Monthly Archives: January 2017

Employers Must Now Use New Form I-9

NEW I-9 FORM AVAILABLE: As of January 22, 2017, employers must use the NEW version of the Form I-9 — whether for new employees or for the reverification of expiring authorizations for existing employees. Prior versions of the Form I-9 should no longer be used. Employers who do not use the new Form I-9 are considered to be in technical violation of the law and can expose themselves to penalties for each occasion they have failed to use the new form.

If you have questions or concerns about I-9 compliance or need assistance in conducting an I-9 compliance audit, please contact Sally Piefer at or at 414.226.4818, or any other attorney you have been working with here at Lindner & Marsack, S.C.

2017 Worker’s Compensation Gamble

Lindner & Marsack’s worker’s compensation defense practice is well recognized as an industry leader in providing work injury defense services to many of Wisconsin’s largest employers and insurance carriers.

Doug Feldman heads the Firm’s highly regarded work injury defense team and is a founding Board Member and current President of Kids’ Chance of Wisconsin.  Kids’ Chance is a non-profit organization that provides college scholarships to children of seriously injured workers in Wisconsin.

Kids’ Chance of Wisconsin is presenting a complimentary half-day worker’s compensation seminar on March 9, 2017 at Potawatomi Hotel and Casino, followed by a networking cocktail hour and raffle.  This year’s presenters include many of the top administrators from the Worker’s Compensation Division and Labor & Industry Review Commission.  Funds raised at the event will directly support the Kids’ Chance mission of providing financial support, in the form of scholarships, to children of parents who have been seriously injured at work.

If you are interested in attending this event, click Kids’ Chance of WI – Here’s The Deal Seminar – March 9, 2017 for more information.

Lindner & Marsack owes much of its success to its good friends and clients in Wisconsin and is proud to support this worthy endeavor and give back to the community in such a meaningful way. We hope you will consider joining us for this educational opportunity.