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March 19, 2020:  Click here to register for DuPage County Bar Presentation Employment Arbitration (Agreements and Litigation)   Speaker: David Fish, The Fish Law Firm Topic: David Fish will present the ins and outs of arbitrating employment disputes, from drafting the arbitration …

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Employee Workplace Rights Due To Coronavirus / COVID19

  Explanation of workplace rights under the law, including the new Families First Coronavirus Response Act Q.I am worried about catching Coronavirus/COVID19; do I have to go to work? A. Just being worried is not enough to get you out …

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$2.75 Million DuPage County Jury Trial Win To Stand

December 16, 2019:   Earlier this year, 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 …

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Pro bono victory for non-English speaking cleaning ladies in non-compete dispute!

Imagine working for around minimum wage as a cleaning lady and being forced to sign a 5-page contract that has a non-solication and non-disclosure agreement that you do not understand because you don’t speak English.   Imagine how scary in would …

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Victory Against Bulldog Ale House In Overtime Lawsuit

December 4, 2019:   We are happy to report that Attorney Kim Hilton  obtained summary judgment on a portion of our clients’ claims against the Bulldog Ale House in New Lennox, Illinois.  We sued on behalf of servers and alleged that …

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