Contractors that inflate amounts due and record mechanic’s liens against real estate run the risk of having the lien wiped out due to fraud. In a recent Illinois case, the Court did exactly that. In […]
The injury attorneys at DeBlasio & Gower are investigating devastating diacetyl exposure cases causing an injury known as bronchiolitis obliterans, sometimes called “popcorn lung.” Bronchiolitis obliterans is an inflammatory obstruction of the lung’s tiniest airways, called […]
Does Illinois recognize a cause of action for tortious inducement of breach of fiduciary duty? The answer is yes. Our law firm recently defended a client accused of tortious inducement of breach of fiduciary duty in […]
Some employers ask their employees to sign non-compete agreements. But are those agreements enforceable?
Costs associated with litigation can be expensive. Courts charge filing fees, investigators charge fees for serving documents on your opponent, the law requires parties to pay witness fees, expert witnesses charge a pretty penny for […]
Small business owners often struggle to collect their accounts receivable. Sometimes debtors actually dissolve their businesses in order to avoid paying creditors and then re-open later under a new or slightly different name. Frustrated creditors […]
Doctors are often asked to sign restrictive covenants when they begin their employment. Generally speaking, a valid restrictive covenant prohibits the doctor from soliciting or treating certain patients for a certain period of time […]
On April 18, 2013, the law firm of DeBlasio & Donnell LLC filed a lawsuit seeking class action status against Eagle Web Assets, Inc. and other defendants, including Ryan Eagle and Harrison Gevirtz, on behalf of […]