Advice from a Naperville Business Law Attorney for Those Buying a Business

Buying a business may be one of the biggest decisions you will ever make. If you are considering buying a business, you may have many questions and uncertainties to contend with. You may even question at times if you are making the right decision at all. Speaking with a knowledgeable business law attorney can be […]

Naperville Business Attorney on How Social Media Mistakes Can Damage Your Small Business

Social media like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn have not only revolutionized the way we communicate with each other, but also the way businesses communicate with customers. Many businesses have Facebook pages with information about their product or service as well as ways for potential or existing customers to contact a company representative. Other businesses […]

Naperville Business Lawyers Talks About How a Non-Disclosure Agreement Can Benefit Your Company

If you are a small business owner, you probably already know that how you approach relationships with other businesses and entrepreneurs is a large part of running a successful business. Ideally, business professionals should always honor handshake agreements. Unfortunately, informal business agreements are not always respected by the other party. This is why it is […]

Naperville Business Lawyer Discusses the 1,600-Pound Steer Who Visited a Texas Pet Store

When you own and operate a business, it is up to you to set your own policies and rules. As we have discussed previously in various posts on this blog, it is important for your policies to be reasonable and in line with your company’s objectives. It is also important for you to be consistent […]

Naperville Business Lawyer Discusses Selection of Local Architecture Firm for O’Hare Project

There are few things in business that are as competitive as bids for a large project are. Even larger and more prestigious projects are likely to attract the absolute best an industry has to offer. This was certainly the case for the terminal expansion project planned for Terminal 2 at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport. As […]

Naperville Business Lawyer Discusses Proposed Law Regarding Sexual Harassment Training in Restaurants

As a business law attorney, I am acutely aware of how important is for business owners to prevent, identify, and combat sexual harassment in the workplace. Sexual harassment is a form of employment discrimination that could leave a business financially responsible for a wide range of financial damages. In recent years, sexual harassment and other […]

Naperville Business Lawyer Discusses Beer Tribute to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

As a business law attorney, my entire profession centers around the relationship between the business world and the law. There are countless laws that govern business and commerce in the United States, and it is my job to help business owners work within the law to achieve success. This week, however, an announcement by a […]

Naperville Business Lawyer Talks About Copyrights and Trademarks

If I were to ask you to think about the security of your business, what would come to mind? For many business owners, the first answer would probably involve things like ID cards, video surveillance systems, and data backups. These types of security measures can absolutely be beneficial, especially if your business is a retail […]

Naperville Business Lawyer Talks About Reading the Fine Print of Your Contracts

Think about the last app you downloaded for your tablet or smartphone. When you installed the app, did your device tell you that the app needed certain permissions to run properly? It is not uncommon for mobile apps to ask for access to your device’s camera, microphone, call status, and more. While you might have […]

Naperville Business Lawyer Discusses At-Will Employment Laws

As a business law attorney, I am well aware that Illinois is an “at-will employment” state. This means that an employer-employee relationship can be terminated by either the employer or the employee at any time and for any reason—including no reason at all. However, there are some important limitations and exclusions that employers should know […]