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Fish selected to moderate judges’ panel discussion on navigating Civil Court Judicial Forum

Attorney Fish has been selected to moderate a panel of local judges on navigating civil court procedures.   The expected judges and an outline of the educational seminar is described below: Judges: Judge Bobbi Petrungaro              …

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McHenry County Fraud Lawsuit Dismissed

November 11, 2019:   Litigation Attorney Thalia Pacheco obtained dismissal of a fraud and rescission lawsuit filed against our client in the Circuit Court of McHenry County, Illinois.  The lawsuit arose out of the sale of an expensive piece of machinery …

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The impact on legalized marijuana in the workplace–Interview on ABC

November 10, 2019:  Employment lawyer David Fish was interviewed on ABC regarding the impact of legalization of marijuana/cannibas in the workplace.   Click here for the interview with ABC’s Judy Hsu. Can I Be Fired For Using Marijuana In Illinois? Significant …

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CBD Class Action Lawsuit

We filed a proposed class action lawsuit against a company named Just Brands concerning its JustCBD product of CBD gummy candies.   The lawsuit alleges that our client relied upon the packaging on the label that says there is   “No THC”.  …

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Client Prevails in $2.75 Million Jury Trial

On July 12, 2019, a DuPage County, Illinois jury returned a verdict in our client’s favor in a breach of contract claim that also sought to pierce the corporate veil under an alter ego theory.  The Plaintiff requested approximately $2.75 …

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