Naperville Business Lawyer Discusses Common Types of Business Lawsuits

When you own and operate a small business, it can be the realization of a lifelong dream. Many business owners are drawn to the freedom and financial opportunities offered by owning and running a successful company. As a business law attorney and a small business owner, I also realize the risks that come with business […]

Naperville Business Attorney on Mistakes to Avoid While Building Your Company’s Online Presence: Part Two

As an experienced business law attorney, I realize that the majority of Americans now use the internet to search for businesses and services. When you are building your company’s website and social media presence, it is important to do so in a way that will entice customers to do business with you. In a previous […]

Naperville Business Lawyer Talks About Overly Broad Non-Compete Agreements

Many employers require their workers to sign non-compete agreements (NCAs), especially when the employees have unique talents or abilities. Employers are within their rights to try and limit any damage that may be caused to their brand by an employee’s departure, but if they overstep legal bounds, the non-compete agreement may be declared invalid. As a […]

Small Business Owners Must Understand Sexual Harassment Laws

Harvey Weinstein, former film producer, has been formally charged with rape, criminal sex acts, sexual misconduct, and sex abuse. Since the allegations of long-term sexual harassment surfaced against him in 2017, many more victims of have reported their own abuse. If you own a business, it is imperative that you understand sexual harassment law and […]

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 […]

Hometown Cubs Announce Major Changes to Ticket Policies

When you are a business owner, you have a responsibility to protect the interests of your clients and customers. How you do so, of course, depends a great deal on the type of business you operate and your chosen industry. A few months ago, I wrote a post on this blog that talked about how […]

Chicago Bears Practice Field Is Infringing on Patent, Suit Alleges

As a business planning and litigation attorney, I see cases every day in which both fledgling companies and well-established businesses use the patented ideas of another without properly securing the rights to them. In many industries, being innovative is a major key to success, which means that stolen technology is not only unethical but could […]

Naperville Business Attorney on Court’s Ruling to Allow Customer Safety Suit Against Popular Chicago Hot Dog Stand

When you own a business, you have a responsibility to ensure the safety of your customers, vendors, and anyone else who visits your establishment. Of course, exactly how far that responsibility extends is often relatively unclear until challenged by a formal claim that your company failed to provide adequate protection from harm. In my practice […]

Tips from a Naperville Business Attorney on How to Prevent and Deter Employee Theft

When you own a company, you have probably invested a great deal in the products or services that you offer. Similarly, hiring, training, and professionally developing a team of employees requires significant investment as well. Across the country and around the world, however, employee theft and fraud present serious problems for small business owners, collectively […]