Lyon Financial Services appealed from an order that rejected its claim against Illinois Paper and Copier Co. for allegedly breaching a warranty.
I am a managing partner at a law firm and struggle to know what each partner is doing with regard to business development. Do you have suggestions regarding tracking partners’ efforts?
Letter to the Editor
James A. Chatz passed away on Nov. 30. He was a giant of the Chicago bankruptcy bar and early pioneer of Chapter 11 reorganizations under the new Bankruptcy Code enacted in 1978.
Managing emotional turmoil is a critical aspect of keeping a collaborative divorce on track.
Patent trolls have become a hot media topic, and now Congress is considering legislation to curb their rise. But patent trolls are not alone.
The Bottom Line
The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois recently found that “Illinois law would not foreclose a plaintiff from seeking ‘front pay’ as part of the relief sought for a promissory estoppel claim.”
See if you know what happened on This Day in Legal History with Karen Conti.
Professional sports teams increasingly are taking advantage of mobile technology and fan connectivity, initiating mobile marketing and fan-engagement initiatives — both inside and outside the arena — on all days (not just game days).
The Power of Lifting
Take it slow. If you have not been lifting weights regularly, do not overdo it.
LOS ANGELES — On game days in Thermal, where date farms and desert surroundings evoke the Middle East and nearby communities have names like Mecca and Oasis, fans cheer a high school team known as the Arabs.
Rachel Ann Kuchar of the city of Chicago Law Department spotlights the Drinks for a Claus: Holiday Party and Toy Drive organized by the Civic Leadership Council of Constitutional Rights Foundation Chicago.
Balancing Life and the Law
I swear, there is nothing better than the sound of a child laughing. Not a canned, fake laugh — but a real laugh.
Peace on Earth. Good will toward men. So goes the season’s most significant and meaningful message. But, unfortunately, for centuries it has fallen on deaf ears.
Like most Chicagoans, I have been dying to go to Girl & The Goat for years now. So when I called them on Tuesday asking for a 7 p.m. reservation for that night, I almost expected to hear laughter on the other end of the line.
Amy Aebersold gets you ready for your December get-togethers party with a holiday drink recipe.