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Eagle Moves to Woodstock Illinois

May 11, 2020 The DMasso Sculpture Eagle moves to Woodstock Illinois. This eagle is made from heavy gauge steel and aluminum.  Designed for outside/inside the steel will patina darker than the aluminum giving a lifetime of the color contrast seen in an adult bald eagle.  Eagles can routinely be found in Northern Wisconsin area. The eagle taking flight can be found

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What Should I Include in My Illinois Prenuptial Agreement?

What Should I Include in My Illinois Prenuptial Agreement? Over the past few decades, sentiments regarding prenuptial agreements have shifted significantly. Prenuptial agreements, commonly referred to as “prenups,” have changed from being solely reserved for the wealthy and famous to becoming a legal document that many soon-to-be-married couples consider before tying the knot. There are a number of reasons why

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Second District Civil Decision Digest: March 31, 2020 thru April 20, 2020

Second District Civil Decision Digest Decisions dated March 31, 2020 – April 20, 2020 Andrew J. Mertzenich, esq. *The content, citations, and analysis provided are for informational use only and give a rough overview of decisions. In-depth and independent research should be made before citing a case. Cases are arranged by type, and then chronologically by decision date with the

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When Is a Commercial Property Owner Liable for a Customer’s Injury?

When Is a Commercial Property Owner Liable for a Customer’s Injury? The last thing people expect when visiting a retail store, mall, restaurant, bar, or other commercial property is to suffer a major injury. It is typically assumed that these types of properties are well-maintained and do not represent a major risk to patrons’ safety. However, commercial property injuries do

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Annual Township Meeting for April 14, 2020 is Suspended

On April 7, 2020, the Governor suspended the annual township meeting for the calendar year 2020 in the latest Executive Order 2020-22 The Township Code sets out the requirement for an annual town meeting held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month of April. In 2020, these town hall-type meetings would have been required to be held on April 14,

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FFCRA Workplace Notice – Effective April 1, 2020

On March 25, 2020, the Department of Labor issued the required poster employers will need to provide to employees under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). Employers may satisfy this requirement by posting the notice in a conspicuous place on their premises, emailing or mailing the notice to employees directly, or posting it on an employee external website or

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PLG Update – Rescheduled Court Dates

March 27, 2020  It has been one week since Governor J.B. Pritzker issued Executive Order 2020-10 “Stay at Home”. We want to assure you that we have taken the health and well-being of you, our community, and staff very seriously. Like you, we are still closely monitoring the effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.  Some of you may have received

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What Are the Benefits of Mediation in Illinois Child Custody Disputes?

What Are the Benefits of Mediation in Illinois Child Custody Disputes? For parents who are considering divorce, child custody is likely one of their top concerns. Deciding how to divide parental responsibilities after divorce is no easy task – especially when parents disagree about what is best for their children. Resolving these disagreements through courtroom litigation can be expensive, stressful,

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Andrew Mertzenich panelist with Clio and Netdocs

Chicago Meetup: How Technology Can Bring Your Law Firm into 2020 Andrew Mertzenich, Attorney at Prime Law Group will join three other panelists in Chicago to discuss Clio and Netdocs About this Event  – March 12, 2020 at 5:30 p.m. Professional service companies are increasingly managing their business in the cloud to run more efficiently, increase scalability, and ensure security.

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