Chicago Firm Alleges Unfair Business Practices, False Claims

Text Marketing Backfires, Chain Faces $250M Class Action

Chicago Business Lawsuit Filed Following Undisclosed Claims in Acquisition

Kirtsaenge v. John Wiley & Sons Inc. - Implications for Copyright Infringement Law

JOBS Act Means More Entrepreneurs in the Market for Small Business Attorneys

Marketing Store Worldwide v. Wild Planet Entertainment: A Settlement Doesn't Always Mean It's Over

Founding a Small Business in Chicago - Improving Economy Means Better Outlook

Chicago Food Fight Over Ketchup Package Patent

EEOC Gets Overzealous - Protect Your Chicago Business

Simple Errors Can Cost Chicago Businesses Dearly

Chicago Reduction in Workforce Considerations & the Worker Adjustment Act

Chicago Business Lawyers Understand Start-up Funding Tough to Score

Apple Inc. v. Motorola Inc., Chicago Patent Infringement Suit, Shelved by Judge

Chicago Business Litigation & Restaurant Labor Laws

Chicago Small Business: Founding a Company After 50

Chicago Small Business Attorney: Muffin-Gate Makes Headlines

Chicago Business Litigation Attorneys Watching SCOTUS Overtime Review

Amicas v. GMG Discusses Breach of Contract Law in Chicago

Protect Chicago Intellectual Property Now To Avoid Business Litigation Later

Chicago Business Litigation Watch: Gardner v. Leitgeb & Vitelli, LLP Looks at Duty to Client

Chicago Taverns Require Small Business Legal Representation

Chicago Business Attorney Crucial When Small Biz Decides on Financing

Proper Small Business Insurance Can Protect Chicago Companies From Liability Lawsuits

Illinois Land Acquisition Case Shows Importance of Breach of Warranty Litigation in Chicago


Health & Safety Regulatory Compliance Critical For Chicago Small Businesses

Apple Wins Key Chicago Intellectual Property Ruling in Android Case

Motorola Sued By Lemko For Trade Secret Theft in Chicago

Chicago-Based Tootsie Roll Sues Footwear Maker Footzyrolls For Trademark Infringement

Groupon Tale Continues to Offer Caution to Small Business Startups in Chicago

Small Business Legal Advice Can Keep Chicago Companies in Compliance with State and Federal Regulations

Go Pets Ltd. v. Hise Highlights Importance of Internet Property Rights for Chicago Businesses

Chicago Tech Startups: Employment Issues are Avoidable with Sound Legal Advice

Chicago Privacy Lawsuit Highlights Ongoing Issues Involving Technology

Google - Motorola Mobility Deal Highlights Complexity of Mergers and Acquisitions in Chicago

Helferich Patent Licensing vs. Nokia Corp. filed as Smart Phone Copyright Wars come to Chicago

Kim Kardashian Claims that Old Navy Ad Violates her Right to Publicity

Allegations of Heart Monitoring Fraud in Chicago show Sales by Phone and Internet Subject to Increasing Regulation

ITC Grants Partial, Preliminary Win to Apple against HTC Droid Phones

Expansion of Generic Top-Level Domains Has Branding and Trademark Significance

What can be Trademarked? You'd be Surprised.

Ford Forced to Pay $2 Billion to Dealerships in Chicago Distribution Ruling

Founder's Stock can be an Important Start-Up Tool

Wiener Wars Heat Up in Chicago in Trademark Infringement Lawsuit

AT&T Supreme Court Ruling Aids Chicago Businesses

Sales Contracts Critical when Selling or Acquiring a Business in Chicago

Apple's Consumer-Tracking Controversy Illustrates Importance of End User Agreements

Chicago Business Attorneys Best Suited to Handle Technology Agreements

Chicago Man Sentenced for Theft of Trade Secrets in High-Frequency Computer Code Theft

Illinois' Internet Sales Tax Complicates Reporting, Could Harm Chicago e-Commerce Businesses

Congratulations to Start-Up Client Bodacious Enterprises on First TV Campaign

Studying Oracle's $1.3 Billion Infringment Verdict over SAP

Jeremy Gibson Interviewed by Crain's Chicago Business on Net Neutrality

Business Management. It's Simple. Like Contract Disputes.


Schaumburg Business Attorney Office Now Open

Oak Brook Corporate Law Meetings Announced

Rosemont Business Lawyer Option Now Available

Lessons for Business from Malcolm Gladwell

Funeral Home Jockeying Highlights Trademark and Non-Compete Issues When Selling a Business

Should HP Have Sued Mark Hurd Under the Invevitable Disclosure Doctrine?

Notes from a Business Broker Gathering

Recommended IP Reading: The Counterfeit Goods Complex

Will My Employer Sue If I Leave? Non-Compete Agreements and the Like

Apple iPhone Jailbreak and Copyright Decision Reaffirms Competition Principles

Hot Potato and Musical Chairs: The Case for Due Diligence

LeBron's Decision, Conventional Wisdom and Business Law

A Fine Point about Fine Print: Dealing with Indemnification Provisions

Don't Take the Fine Print of Your Contracts for Granted

Viacom-YouTube Decision Shows Strength of Copy Infringement Safe Harbor

AIG, Goldman Sachs and Credit Default Swap News Notwithstanding, There Still is a Place for Transaction Insurance - in M&A Deals that is

Taxing Times Call for (Internet) Taxing Measures

Strong Support for a Chicago Supreme Court Candidate

An IP Infringement Issue in China that was surprisingly fast and cheap to Resolve

Are Unpaid Interns Entitled to Wages? Maybe.

More than a Handshake is needed when you take on a Partner

Firm Advises Sales Representative in Exclusive Deal to Market Innovative, Restorative Ladies Sleepwear

Toyota Developments Provide Reminders for Businesses Dealing with Regulators and Internal Investigations

Businesses Classifying Workers as Independent Contractors are Facing More Scrutiny

If Nothing Else, Encrypt Your Computers and External Drives!

Massive Toyota Recall Should Jolt Businesses to Revisit Product Liability Practices

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