NapervilleLaw News

March 11, 2015

Protecting Privileged Information

Current legal writing frequently addresses the obligation to preserve and disclose information in lawsuits, but in a recent Illinois Supreme Court opinion, Brunton v. Krueger, attorney Matthew Tibble persuaded the Illinois Supreme Court to not only reaffirm the accountant privilege from disclosing client information, but to expand it. Unfortunately, since the client disclosed some of the privileged information to one of the parties before retaining attorney Tibble, the accountant waived the privilege to what it had already disclosed.
February 14, 2015

Reducing the Cost of Business Litigation

January 14, 2015

Corporation vs. Limited Liability Entity

December 14, 2014

The Benefits of Planning

November 14, 2014

Stopping Business Identity Theft

November 9, 2014

Stopping Business Identity Theft

October 14, 2014

Corporation or Limited Liability Company, Which is Best

September 14, 2014

Asset Protection for Small Business Owners

August 14, 2014

Illinois Divorce Law Changes

July 14, 2014

Personal and Family Asset Protection