For Seniors in the Middle Class Who May Need Long-Term Care: 5 Things You Must Do to Protect Your Assets
One of the greatest fears that most of our clients have is the loss of all their assets to an extended home care, assisted living or nursing home stay. 66% of all nursing home residents finance their stay through….
Recovering Post-Judgment Attorney’s Fees – A Practice Pointer for Transaction and Litigation Counsel
By: Thomas M. Lombardo Most of us know that obtaining a judgment is often much easier than recovering actual dollars. Unless your defendant’s insurer is responsible for payment of the judgment, or your defendant is a “deep pocket” with multiple….
A WIN FOR THE LITTLE GUY
By: Alan L. Stefaniak My client is a hard working and honest man. He’s Mexican-American and English is not his first language. In 1982 he and his wife bought a parcel of property in unincorporated Cook County with a small….
Finfer Nominated as an Emerging Lawyer
Jordan Finfer was nominated as an Emerging Lawyer for 2017 by Emerging Lawyer magazine. The distinction of Emerging Lawyer is earned by less than 2% of all lawyers licensed in Illinois. All Emerging Lawyers must be 40 years old or….
Julia Smolka to Head Local Chamber of Commerce
Julia Smolka has been appointed President of the Harwood Heights-Norridge Chamber of Commerce. She has been active in the Chamber for about seven years. The Chamber seeks to improve communications and business environments for small and mediums size businesses in….
New Illinois Freedom to Work Act Bans Non-Competes for Low Wage Earners
Spurred in part by sandwich shop Jimmy John’s requirement that sandwich-makers and delivery drivers sign over-reaching non-compete agreements, the Act prohibits private sector employers from entering into non-compete restrictions with “low-wage employees” and renders such agreements “illegal and void.” The….