Naperville Business Attorney Talks About Popular Fast Food Chain’s Sunday Policy

In today’s business landscape, fast-food and quick service restaurants face enormous pressure to find ways to stand out from their competitors. For many, the result has been more open hours—including some that remain open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. There are, however, some companies that refuse to compromise on certain principles, despite […]

Naperville Business Lawyer Discusses New Niche Venture From Audible

As a business law attorney, I recognize the importance of products and services designed to reach a specific demographic or market segment. Not every product must appeal to everyone, and niche products can be extremely successful for the right customers. This is exactly what a popular streaming service hopes to do with its most recent […]

Cubs’ Healing Gesture Helps Create Goodwill With Fans

In case you have been living off the grid for the last year or so, the long-suffering Chicago Cubs won the World Series last fall. The win marked the first time in 108 years that the club sat atop the baseball world—the longest championship drought of any team in American professional sports. A few months […]

Naperville Business Lawyer Discusses Court’s Order Regarding Airplane Seats

Over the last few months, major airlines have been under increased scrutiny due, in large part, to several high-profile incidents. One passenger was forcibly removed from a plane by ground authorities while another passenger—a disabled woman—was dropped by the airline employee who had picked her up to take her to her seat. There have a […]

Naperville Business Lawyer Talks About a New Workplace Drug Study

When you own and operate a business, it is very likely that you rely on a team of employees to provide the best possible service to your customers and clients. It is your responsibility to recruit, hire, train, and maintain a staff whose values and vision are in line with yours as well as that […]

National Drugstore Chains Scrap Merger, Announce New Plan

As you are probably aware, there are several federal agencies that are tasked with ensuring that the American marketplace remains open and competitive. The most commonly known of these is the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). When major companies are considering mergers, acquisitions, or large-scale purchases, they must first seek approval from FTC to verify that […]

Naperville Business Lawyer Discusses Transgender Challenges for Certain Industries

There is little question that we are living an ever-changing world. Cultural attitudes are constantly evolving on a wide variety of subjects. In recent years, the rights of transgender individuals have garnered significant national and international attention, with numerous accounts of perceived discrimination and laws designed to address such concerns. As the issue of transgender […]

Naperville Business Attorney Discusses Corporate Responsibility

When you own and operate a business, you have a wide variety of obligations. Obviously, you owe it to your customers to provide quality products or services at competitive prices. You also owe a duty to your shareholders and financial backers to make responsible decisions designed to further your company’s profitability. But what about your […]

Naperville Business Lawyer Discusses Legendary Rocker’s Trademark Bid

When you develop a logo, image, or slogan that becomes closely associated with your brand, it is usually a wise move to seek trademark protection to ensure that no other company can appropriate your creation without your consent. On occasion, however, an individual or entity will pursue a trademark over an image, word, or phrase […]

Naperville Lawyer on Questionable Lawsuits and the Importance of General Counsel

There is little question that we live in a very litigious society. With the exception of a few landmark pieces of legislation, many of the rules by which we live have evolved from years of lawsuits being filed by one party against another which force the courts to interpret various laws and their applicability under […]