Attorney Client Privilege Origin
The attorney-client privilege doctrine is one of the oldest known privileges in the legal system. It began in the range of Elizabeth the first in England. At that time, the [...]
Read More
Wisconsin Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Law Firm in Estate Dispute and Declines to…
Charles MacLeish’s Will In 1984, Charles MacLeish passed away and left a one page will. He transferred all of his assets to his spouse, Thelma. Upon Thelma’s death, his children [...]
Read More
Do You Own Rental Property in Chicago?
Landlords Beware If you own any rental property in Chicago, you should be aware of the Chicago Residential Landlord Tenant Ordinance (RLTO). Because of its pro-tenant stance, the ordinance may cause [...]
Read More
Attorney Spotlight: Kristi Browne
Kristi Browne spent most of her career as a plaintiffs’ class action attorney. She represented individuals in consumer fraud, securities, mortgage fraud, antitrust, ERISA, and employment cases. Additionally, she represented [...]
Read More
Attorney Spotlight: Thomas Patterson
Thomas Patterson is the authority on handling business litigation. He has extensive experience trying lawsuits for businesses, professionals, and entrepreneurs often on an emergency basis. In fact, he even wrote [...]
Read More
Tips On Commercial Leasing
Small businesses that need to lease commercial space often don’t read the lease that they sign close enough. Based on recent litigation, we offer the following tips on commercial leasing: [...]
Read More
Avoid Liability When Hiring Employees From Competitors
After hiring, the last thing any employer wants is to be sued. Especially if the suit seeks to prevent the hire from working. So how can you avoid liability when [...]
Read More
Considerations When Forming a Business
Professionals and entrepreneurs often give less attention to the agreement with their fellow investors or colleagues when starting a business. However, this can be devastatingly wrong. Typically, someone supplies the [...]
Read More
Problems with E-commerce in Business Litigation
In this week’s blog post, we discuss the problems with e-commerce in business litigation. For instance, the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit held that injuries could [...]
Read More