Roselle is Standing Up to a Giant Electric Utility You’ve heard the saying “You Can’t Fight City Hall.” Well, this time City Hall is on the side of the people – residents, businesses, politicians, homeowners associations, […]
The U.S. Supreme Court May Give Guidance to Bankruptcy Courts With our nation’s student loan debt now surpassing $1 trillion and projected to rise to $2.5 trillion in the next decade, something has to change soon […]
You Must Act On Signs of Trouble Over the past 3 decades of practice, I have represented numerous Landlords seeking to collect past-due rent and evict bad tenants. A Landlord can save valuable time and money […]
16 New Illinois Laws for 2016 The new year will add 237 new laws to the books in Illinois. Among the new laws, are 16 listed below, which may be of interest, anticipation or regret to the residents of Illinois.
Thanksgiving, 2015 If you are planning to visit distant friends & family this Thanksgiving, remember to give yourself extra time for security screenings of an estimated 3.6 million Americans traveling by air. The combination of large […]
November 11, 2015 11:00 a.m. on November 11, 1918 marked the end of hostilities between the Allied nations and Germany, ending World War I. In 1926, the U.S. Congress passed a resolution declaring November 11th […]
Owners Not Liable for Most Injuries As baseball fans everywhere celebrate the beginning of a new season, and the introduction of fans in the ballpark, after COVID-19 kept them empty last year, those fans lucky enough […]
Operation Greylord Terrence Hake, a former Cook County State’s Attorney turned F.B.I. agent, tells the true story about his fascinating yet dangerous undercover work, posing as a crooked prosecutor turned crooked defense attorney, bribing crooked court […]