Corporate / Business Law

Running a successful business requires you to plan for and cover every issue. Our corporate lawyers have over 150 years of combined experience in assisting the Coulee Region’s largest businesses, mid-sized companies, and start-up entrepreneurs protect their business assets and plan for the future.

Since our inception in 1853, Moen Sheehan Meyer, Ltd. remains a leader in providing comprehensive legal services, options, advice, and litigation skills for your business to succeed and thrive. The seamless working relationships between our practice areas benefit every aspect of your business. With the combined strength, dedication, and personalized attention of our La Crosse business lawyers, we afford you the insights to:

  • Limit business and personal liability
  • Prepare for future growth
  • Prevent and resolve business issues such as employment and contract disputes, estate and succession planning, planning for divorce, death and disability

Our reputation for professionalism, accountability, integrity, excellence, and knowledge is one we are very proud of and continually strive to improve upon. The complexity of business law demands the uncompromising attention to detail and experience that Moen Sheehan Meyer, Ltd. brings to the table. It is our ability to look at the big picture and go the “extra mile” that provide our clients with successful conclusions in areas of business law.

​We provide comprehensive legal services with a business perspective, focusing on avoiding problems at the forefront. We understand the importance of expecting the unexpected for our business clients. Protect your business today, and for future generations. Contact one of our business attorneys at today for a consultation.

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