Naperville Business Lawyer Discusses FAA Reauthorization Bill

The air travel industry is an important part of the American economy at large. While digital technology has made it easier for companies to conduct business with one another over large distances, there is still a great need for in-person interactions. “Traveling for business” will continue to be a necessity long into the foreseeable future. […]

New Federal Overtime Rules May Affect Your Company’s Payroll

As a business owner, you rely on your employees to help keep your customers satisfied and help further your vision for the company. To that end, you probably realize the importance of keeping your employees happy with competitive wages, benefit packages, and reasonable vacation policies. In my practice as a business law attorney, I have […]

New Crowdfunding Laws May Bring Additional Financial Benefits for Startups

Don’t know much about crowdfunding? It is a crucial internet tool that can help you raise the capital you need to get your small business idea off the ground and running. As crowdfunding websites have proliferated in increasing numbers, the U.S. government has decided to get involved. The new laws that will cover crowdfunding may […]

The Small BREW Act May Provide Tax Relief to Local Breweries

Illinois’ local brewery business is booming. In the last few decades local beer brewers have emerged as some of the region’s most successful small businesses. Many of these local brewers ship their beers across the country, while also maintaining a local presence through flagship restaurant locations throughout the state. State legislatures are acknowledging the positive […]