Illinois Attorney Blog

What to do if your Illinois business gets sued.

When you answer the door and there is a sheriff with a badge and a gun handing you court papers, it can be pretty intimidating particularly if this.. Read More

Illinois Commercial Tenants and Negotiating an Illinois Business Lease

Representing the Tenant in Commercial Lease Negotiations and Disputes. If you are a lawyer who is retained by a commercial tenant, it is imperative.. Read More

Collecting on an Illinois Judgment - The Citation to Discover Assets

If you are a creditor who has sued an individual and obtained a judgment that orders an individual or business to pay you back money, you may want to.. Read More

Unpaid Invoices, Collection and Client Retention - Illinois Business Law

If you run a small business, it is inevitable that you will eventually run into a client or customer who owes you money.  Often times, this is one of.. Read More

Collecting an Illinois Judgment - The Wage Garnishment

Initiating a wage deduction proceeding is an effective supplementary proceeding that is statutory by nature. It is required that the creditor have a.. Read More

Enforcing a Judgment against an Illinois LLC Member

 Section 30-20 of the LLC Act (found at 805 ILCS 180/30-20) states that a creditor’s exclusive remedy is to obtain a charging order against an LLC.. Read More

Registering Your Foreign Judgment in Illinois

Sometimes an Illinois business needs to bring a lawsuit in another state against a customer, supplier, or business entity. If you or your business.. Read More

Illinois Business and Dealing with the Unpaid Invoice

INTRODUCTION: Credit sales, unlike cash sales, are accompanied with the burden of not only the risk of incurring bad debt expenses, but also the.. Read More

Commercial Leasing and the Letter of Intent 

If you are a lawyer who is retained by a commercial tenant, it is imperative to remember that most leases are drafted by the landlord (or their.. Read More