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Fish’s Published Article Regarding Physician Non-Compete Agreements in Illinois

Physician Non-Compete Agreements in Illinois: Diagnosis – Critical Condition; Prognosis – Uncertain, DuPage County Bar Journal, October 2002   David Fish published this article regarding non-compete agreements and their applicability to physicians/doctors in Illinois.

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Technology and the Law Television Interview

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Pro Bono Victory–Menorah Secured For Naperville

After Chabad of Naperville, a local Jewish organization, was denied the right to place a Menorah on the Naperville, Illinois Riverwalk by the Naperville Park District, The Fish Law Firm agreed to take up the cause as its legal counsel. …

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Cook County Wage Theft Law

Cook County has approved an ordinance to stop employers from committing wage theft. According to the Chicago Tribune: “Businesses that have broken state or federal wage and labor laws would be disqualified from receiving property tax abatements, business licenses or …

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Employment Law In A Nutshell–Presentation to workNet Dupage

Being out of work and looking for a job stinks.   To help out, periodically we volunteer to provide assistance to help applicants through this difficult task.  Attached is a presentation we recently did on “Employment Law in a Nutshell” at …

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