Starting January 1, 2022, employers in Chicago and throughout Illinois will have to deal with significant new hurdles to make sure employment agreements with covenants not to compete or non-solicitation terms are valid and enforceable. […]
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?
The attorneys at DeBlasio & Donnell have successfully represented manufacturrers and injection molders in litigation in state and federal court in the Chicago area. Chicago has long been known as the location for several […]
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 […]
In CDW, LLC, et al v. NETech Corporation, an Indiana federal district court ruled that a parent company cannot enforce the employment contracts of its subsidiary. Likewise, a subsidiary cannot enforce the employment contracts of its […]
Do you need experienced business litigation attorneys to aggressively represent your interests in state or federal court in the Chicago area? DeBlasio & Donnell LLC has the proven track record to advise you or your business in […]