Lodi

156 South Main Street
P.O. Box 256
Lodi, WI 53555-0256

P (608) 592-3877
F (608) 592-5844

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The Lodi office of Boardman & Clark LLP has been located in beautiful downtown Lodi since 1988 when Lathrop & Clark LLP merged with the law office of Donald M. Ryan who had been practicing in the Lodi area since 1948.  Originally located in the historic Columbia Bank Building at 108 Lodi Street, we have recently moved to our third location in downtown Lodi; a newly-built office at 156 S. Main Street. 

Attorney Paul A. Johnson is a lifelong resident of Lodi and graduated from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 1993.  Paul’s practice focuses primarily on municipal law, real estate, collection work, estate planning, probate and the general representation of individuals and businesses.  

Lodi Services

  • Municipal Law

    Advising local governments, utilities, and other municipal entities on wide range of legal matters affecting the public sector.

  • Real Estate

    Representing clients in all aspects of the real estate process, including buyers and sellers, landlord and tenants, developers and municipalities, title insurance companies, and real estate brokers.

  • Estate Planning

    Advising individuals, professionals, families, fiduciaries and charitable organizations on estate planning, business planning, charitable giving, and probate and trust administration.  

  • Business Law

    Helping businesses protect their rights, minimize risk, maximize profit and stay ahead of the competition.

The Latest

School Districts Be Aware: Subsidized COBRA Coverage Now Available to Certain Individuals

School Law FYI | 04.12.21

The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 places several new obligations on group health plan sponsors, which in many situations are employers, with respect to federal COBRA and state health insurance continuation laws. The most important change is that certain individuals are now eligible to enroll in continuation coverage and have their continuation coverage premiums 100% subsidized by the plan sponsor. The plan sponsor is then eligible for tax credits from the federal government to recoup the cost of this subsidy.

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