Store Owners File Lawsuit Against Credit Card Companies Over Chip Readers

For a number of years now, self-service credit card machines have allowed customers at retail establishments around the country to pay for their merchandise without ever handing the cashier their credit card. If you have used one recently, you may have been told to insert your card into a different slot than before—one that is […]

Naperville Business Law Attorney on the Class-Action Antitrust Suit Filed Against Poultry Producers

From the moment a student begins learning about the subject of economics, he or she is taught that one of the most basic elements of business is the balance between supply and demand. Supply and demand are driving factors in everything from production, market strength, and, of course, prices. Since prices directly affect a company’s […]

Supreme Court Upholds Contract Law

In the course of running a business, contracts will need to be signed.  Contracts provide the framework for all businesses because it commits two parties to an exchange of money for goods or services.  Without contracts, nothing would be certain for any business. Sometimes, these contracts include clauses that can waive your rights to a […]

Antitrust Probe into Cable Companies

Internet video providers have found success in recent years by offering content that can stream to TV, computers, tablets and smart phones.  YouTube, Netflix, and Hulu have saturated the media market to such a degree that most people are cutting out the high prices of big cable providers such as Comcast and DirecTV.  Now there […]