ESPN Promises a Full Lineup of Fringe Sports for Return of “The Ocho”

When you own and operate a business, it is important for you to understand your customer base. This sounds obvious from the perspective that you want to give them a product that they are willing to pay for, but understanding your customers goes deeper than that. As a business law attorney, I encourage my clients […]

Naperville Business Lawyer Discusses Apple’s Response to MacBook Pro Speed Issues

When you own a business, it is your responsibility to ensure that your products are living up to the expectations you have created among your customers. This is true for fledgling companies looking to establish themselves as well as for well-known companies with a loyal customer base. As a business law attorney and business owner […]

Naperville Business Lawyer on Managing Slow Periods

If you own and operate a business, you have undoubtedly witnessed the reality that the market is often cyclical. In some industries, certain times of the year are busier than others. For example, if you run a business that provides educational resources and tutoring, you are going to be the busiest during the school year. […]

Naperville Business Attorney Discusses the Future of Industrial Automation

It is the nature of business to look for easier and more efficient ways to complete a given task. The idea can be traced back many centuries to the invention of the wheel and, eventually, windmills—machines that harnessed the power of moving air to grind grain into usable flour. While today’s manufacturing robots and high-tech […]

Naperville Business Attorney Discusses Wells Fargo and the Importance of Consumer Trust

Over the last few months, much has been published by news outlets and other sources—including here on this blog—about the unauthorized opening of customer accounts by employees at Wells Fargo, the nation’s third-largest bank. Since September of last year, two separate settlements have been announced to put the matter to rest, each of which included […]

Naperville Business Attorneys Discusses the Continuing Wells Fargo Saga

Last September, news outlets were abuzz with reports that one of the world’s most recognizable financial institutions had admitted that its employees had fraudulently opened millions of unauthorized accounts on behalf of the bank’s customers. At the time, Wells Fargo & Company agreed to a settlement under which it would pay nearly $190 million to […]

Naperville Business Lawyer Discusses Relocating Your Company

When you have established a successful business in a particular location, the idea of moving your operations may never cross your mind in a serious way. Sometimes, however, changing market conditions in your current location and in other areas could prompt you to wonder if relocating would help you control costs and improve your bottom […]

Post-Interview Date Request Sparks Harassment Discussion

Mixing business and love can be a dangerous proposition. While we tend to take delight in fictional workplace romances—Jim and Pam from The Office, for example, are among the most popular television couples ever—real-word situations can become messy very quickly. Of course, we also live in a very opportunistic society, and some people will use […]

A Discussion on Giving Back to the Community From a Naperville Business Lawyer

When you own a business, you look to serve the needs of your customer base with relevant products and services in exchange for a reasonable amount of money. This is how free-market businesses work and represents the cornerstone of the American economic system. Many entrepreneurs, however, are also inclined to provide certain goods and services […]

Naperville Business Lawyer on the Latest Bond Rating for Illinois

A common refrain during most presidential election cycles is that the country should be run like a business. This argument, usually maintained by those in favor of decreasing government spending, has been especially prevalent this time around, due to the business background of the Republican front-runner. As a business law attorney, I understand why voters […]