Tired of your homeowner association? Then I have bad news…the Illinois Supreme Court just ruled that homeowner associations have the right to stop and detain you for violating association rules. In Poris v. Lake Holiday […]
Under Illinois law, a lawsuit related to the “construction of improvements to real property,” must be filed within 10 years of when construction of the improvement is complete. L awrence and Rochella Schott filed a […]
A recent settlement agreement between Lesley University in Cambridge, Massachusetts and the U.S. Justice Department says that food allergies may constitute a “disability” under the Americans With Disabilities Act.
A recent case from the 7th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals highlights the importance of notifying your insurance carrier before trying to settle any dispute. In West Bend Mutual Insurance Co. v. Arbor Homes, LLC, […]
On August 3, 2012, Ingenuity13 LLC filed a federal lawsuit in Chicago alleging that an unnamed John Doe defendant “knowingly and illegally reproduced and distributed” its copyrighted video (“Five Fan Favorites”) using the BitTorrent file sharing […]
Imagine you just won a court case and received a money judgment against your opponent. Imagine further that there is no insurance company paying the judgment you just won. You are about to learn, if […]
Selling your home? Need an attorney? Want to receive a $250.00 attorney fee credit at closing? Then consider retaining our law firm to represent you as the seller in the transaction. The experienced real estate attorneys at […]
There are probably an infinite number of reasons why one should consider updating their Will as part of their estate plan. Here are at least five reasons to consider doing so. If one or more of your […]