Naperville Business Lawyer Discusses the Success of Spooky Seasonal Pop-Up Stores

We have officially made it to October. For many people, the month of October is seen as the transition from summer to autumn, complete with falling leaves, campfires, and pumpkin spice lattes. For others, however, the arrival of October means just one thing: Halloween is right around the corner. If you are already getting excited […]

Naperville Business Lawyer Discusses the Announcement of Field of Dreams MLB Game

Whether you run a small, one-person business or you are on the board of a huge, multi-national commercial entity, it is important for you to be constantly thinking of ways to market your business. If your customer base begins to lose interest, your bottom line will inevitably suffer. This is even true for organizations that […]

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 Attorney Talks About Handling Sensitive Issues

We live in very interesting times. In some ways, people are more connected to each other than ever before, but in others, our differences have never been more pronounced. Issues related to gender, race, religion, and sexual orientation seem to have polarized Americans to the point where it is difficult to have civil, constructive conversations […]

Naperville Business Lawyer Discusses Plans to Raze McDonald’s Historic Replica

There are only certain brands that ever achieve true iconic status. Walt Disney, Nike, and Coca-Cola come to mind quickly to mind for many people, often accompanied by a brand that has become synonymous with fast food in the United States. In the span of just 77 years, McDonald’s has gone from a single location […]

Naperville Business Attorney Discusses Chicago’s Bid for Amazon “HQ2”

Over the last two months, there has been talk about Seattle-based Amazon looking for a second headquarters in North America to facilitate its wide range of business ventures. Amazon has indicated that it would like to set up its “HQ2” in a major metropolitan area with a population of at least one million. This week, […]

Observations on Cook County’s Soda Tax From a Naperville Business Law Attorney

Last month, a controversial new policy went into effect in Cook County, and consumers throughout the region are a bit unsure what to make of it. The new policy introduced a countywide tax on sweetened beverages in the amount of $0.01 per ounce sold, making the cost of soda in Cook County among the highest […]

Naperville Business Law Attorney Discusses Bank’s Promise to Help Chicago

Over the last two years or so, national headlines and news reports have questioned the reasons behind the uptick in gun violence and other crimes throughout the greater Chicago region. Even President Donald Trump himself has taken notice of the severity of the problem. Many believe that the city’s crime concerns are tied very closely […]

Rezoning Threat Prompts Federal Lawsuit

When the Double Door music venue was evicted from its Wicker Park location in February, the fight had already been going on for more than a year. Now, a related lawsuit has been filed in federal court and the issue shows no signs of being resolved anytime soon. As a business law attorney, I have […]

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 […]