• May 20, 2020 Newsletters
    • How Commercial Insurance Policies Define And Cover “Business Interruption”
    • Is Your Business Prepared To Identify And Address A Cybersecurity Breach?
    • GCT ALERT: Coronavirus Summary
    • GCT Welcomes A New Partner
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  • March 9, 2020 Newsletters
    • How The Broad Scope Of The Secure Act Will Affect Retirement Plans
    • The Challenges Marijuana Businesses Face Choosing And Protecting Trademarks
    • A Streamlined Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Process For Small Businesses
    • How Cannabis Law Amendment And A Recent Appellate Court Decision May Affect Employers
    • GCT Attorneys Recognized For Professional Excellence
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  • November 19, 2019 Newsletters
    • New Illinois Law Significantly Changes Sexual Harassment Rules And Employer Responsibilities
    • What You Need To Know About Chicago’s Fair Workweek Ordinance And Illinois’ Artificial Intelligence Video Interview Act
    • How Standards Of Morality May Affect Your Trademark Decisions
    • GCT Attorneys Recognized For Commitment To Professional Excellence As The GCT Family Continues To Grow
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  • June 24, 2019 Newsletters
    • New Federal Tax Laws Amend Deductibility Of Government Fines
    • New EEO-1 Reporting Requirements And Salary History Ban
    • What You Should Know About Amazon’s Brand Registry
    • GCT Attorneys Recognized And Honored
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  • April 13, 2019 Newsletters
    • The Basics Of The Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA) And What Your Business Must Do To Comply
    • New Salary Minimums Proposed By The Department Of Labor (DOL) And California Requires Harassment Training For Everyone
    • The Trademark Trial And Appeal Board (TTAB) Pilot Program That Could Expedite The Trademark Cancellation Process
    • Golan Christie Taglia Welcomes New Litigation Attorney, Announces Partner Promotions, And Introduces A Learning Series
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  • February 1, 2019 Newsletters
    • Is Your Condo Association In Violation Of The Law?
    • What Is A Safe Note And Does It Make Crowdfunding Safer?
    • Social Security Administration To Begin Sending Out No-match Letters In 2019
    • Well-drafted Expense Reimbursement Policy Necessary To Stop Abuses By Employees
    • The Benefits And Perils Of Collaboration Software
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  • November 1, 2018 Newsletters
    • How Should You Respond to Defamatory Online Reviews?
    • Property Tax Breaks That Could Benefit You.
    • More laws Passed To Protect Pay Equality And Illinois Amendments To Nursing Mothers Workplace Act.
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  • August 1, 2018 Newsletters
    • Does Your Business Qualify For A Tax Incentive program?
    • GCT Participates In An Event That Is Close To Our collective Heart
    • Update On Mandatory Paid Sick Leave Laws And A supreme Court Decision Affecting Employment agreements
    • Addressing Negative Online Reviews When They Go Big
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  • May 25, 2018 Newsletters
    • How The New Partnership Tax Audit Rules Apply To You
    • Complying With Religious Garb Law And Binding Non-compete Agreements
    • Reasons To Consider Hiring A Property Tax Attorney
    • Should You Respond To A Cease And Desist Letter?
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  • February 16, 2018 Newsletters
    • How business owners can safeguard against personal liability
    • Cease and desist measures to protect against intellectual property infringement
    • Increases in minimum wage rates and social media’s impact on business policy
    • Golan Christie Taglia expands its property tax assessment practice
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  • October 18, 2017 Newsletters
    • How to safeguard your business against cyberattacks
    • What to consider when sponsoring a retirement plan
    • New California laws and managing biometric data
    • Golan Christie Taglia welcomes a new attorney
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  • August 1, 2017 Newsletters
    • What happens to parents’ rights when a child turns 18?
    • Get ready to comply with new Federal requirements
    • How recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions may affect your business
    • Our paralegal team shares expertise at annual event
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  • April 1, 2017 Newsletters
    • From Our Managing Partner
    • A guide for all new business owners
    • Ensure compliance with labor laws – old and new
    • How to avoid copyright infringement
    • Leading Lawyers list names twenty GCT attorneys
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  • January 16, 2017 Newsletters
    • From Our Managing Partner
    • Unclaimed Property
    • Welcome Neil Johnson
    • Barbara Yong Receives TMA’s Outstanding Service Award
    • New Employment Laws for 2017
    • "Work-For-Hire” Doctrine as Protection for your Software
    • Beverly Berneman’s Blog Makes ABA Journal’s Top 100 List
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  • October 7, 2016 Newsletters
    • From Our Managing Partner
    • Updates to Group Benefit Plans
    • Extensive Changes to Illinois LLC Act
    • New Laws Prohibit Employers From Asking Applicants About Salary History
    • Jury Awards Employee $550,000 In Pregnancy Discrimination Lawsuit
    • When It’s Too Good To Be True: The Underground Market For Intellectual Property
    • UPDATE: UFADAA Becomes Law
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  • August 9, 2016 Newsletters
    • From Our Managing Partner
    • Tips For Family-run Businesses
    • What Happens To My Digital Assets When I Die?
    • 7th Circuit Decision Outlaws Class Action Waivers In Employment Contracts
    • Chicago Passes Paid Sick Leave Ordinance
    • Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA) Becomes Law
    • Golan & Christie Attorneys Once Again Receive Peer Recognition
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  • May 31, 2016 Newsletters
    • From Our Managing Partner
    • New Public Notice Requirement
    • EEOC’s Proposed Pay Reporting Rules Designed to Thwart Discriminatory Payment Practices
    • New Public Notice Requirement for Certain Businesses and Establishments
    • Golan & Christie is Pleased to Announce a New Associate!
    • Saltiel named Best Lawers' 2016 Entertainment Law
    • New Rule Changes Which Employees Qualify As “exempt” From Overtime Pay
    • Medical Marijuana In The Workplace
    • Report From The 60th Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference Sponsored By John Marshall Law School
    • Guns In The Workplace
    • New Public Notice Requirement For Certain Businesses and Establishments
    • Partners Present Seminar
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  • January 24, 2016 Newsletters
    • New Hope For The Illinois Entrepreneur
    • ACA Reporting Requirements For Large Employers Begin In 2016
    • Time To Review Your Employment Agreements!
    • Intellectual Property Suits That Will Not Be Heard By The U.S. Supreme Court
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  • November 1, 2015 Newsletters
    • NLRB Expands The Joint-Employer Standard
    • Golan & Christie Welcomes New Attorneys
    • City Of Chicago Minimum Wage Rate Now $10 Per Hour, Will Increase To $13 Per Hour
    • Obligations Under The Illinois Pregnancy Accommodation Act
    • How To Develop (And Keep!) An Effective Trademark
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  • June 1, 2015 Newsletters
    • Golan & Christie Welcomes New Attorneys
    • More Cities And States Requiring Paid Sick Leave
    • Private Employers In Illinois May Give Employment Preference To Veterans
    • Donald Trump Wants His Name To Be Disremembered
    • Consumers Can’t Confuse A Fictional Product With A Real One
    • Beastie Boys Slay Monster
    • Running For Ken
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  • March 1, 2015 Newsletters
    • Chapter 11 As A Remedy For Businesses In Financial Crisis
    • NLRB’s General Counsel Issues Guidelines For Employee Handbooks
    • Your Website Needs A Checkup
    • Google Announces A Marketplace To Buy And Sell Patents
    • Golan & Christie Partner Convinces IRS To Approve Unusual Voluntary Compliance Program Proposal
    • Golan & Christie Opens New Location In Northbrook
    • Congratulations To Golan & Christie’s Clients!
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  • January 1, 2015 Newsletters
    • ESOPs: The Ultimate Succession Solution
    • G&C Attorneys Earn Spots on 2015 Illinois Super Lawyers List and 2015 Leading Lawyers List
    • New OSHA Regulations Impose Immediate Reporting Obligations
    • Illinois Supreme Court Sides With Employers In Defeating Alleged 'Whistleblower' Claim
    • IP Law Alerts - Report On The U.S. Supreme Court’s Busy Intellectual Property Docket
    • Golan & Christie Welcomes New Attorney
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  • September 1, 2014 Newsletters
    • 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
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  • June 1, 2014 Newsletters
    • 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
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  • January 1, 2014 Newsletters
    • 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
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