Fall 2014 Newsletter

In this issue:

  • New Illinois Caregiver Law
  • What is a 401(k) Fiduciary to Do?
  • New Illinois 'Ban The Box' Law goes Into Effect January 1
  • Social Media Policies Continue to Make Headlines
  • U.S. Supreme Court Decision Puts Software Patents In Jepordy
  • Even Established Trademarks Can Evoke The Wrong Message
  • Agence France-Presse And Getty Images Liable For Copywright
  • False Positive Reviews Are Just As Bad As False Negative Reviews
  • Best Practices in Client Advocay: From Beginning to Bitter End
Summer 2014 Newsletter

In this issue:

  • Lessons From A Family Business Owner
  • Do We Have To Train Employees To Spot Potential Sexual Misconduct?
  • Employers With Federal Contracts Must Follow New Executive Orders On Increased Minimum Wage And Anti-Discrimination
  • Illinois Passes New Pregnancy Accommodation Law
  • U.S. Supreme Court Decides Fee Shifting In Patent Cases
  • Using Selfies For Business Promotion
  • Fyretv Sues Amazon Claiming Trademark Infringement
  • U.S. Supreme Court Puts Raging Bull Infringement Suit Back Into The Ring
Winter 2014 Newsletter

In this issue:

  • Is Your Business a Good Candidate for Crowdfunding?
  • Illinois Employers Prohibited From Discriminating Against Registered Medical Marijuana Users
  • The National Labor Relations Board Is Targeting Overly-Broad Employment Policies
  • Golan & Christie Welcomes New Partner
  • Statewide Corporate Scam