Publications

Your search for Litigation produced 19 results.
April 22, 2019
Publication
While construction contracts (and subcontracts) generally include specific requirements for insurance coverage that the contractor or subcontractor agrees to maintain, the contract may not specifically require all...
Ellen M. Chapelle
Of Counsel
Co-Chair, Construction Practice
May 25, 2018
Publication
The U.S. Supreme Court has delivered a major victory for employers across America – ruling that mandatory arbitration agreements that contain a provision prohibiting any form of class or collective...
David N. Michael
Partner
Chair, Litigation Practice
Human Resources and Employment
Mark D. Brookstein
Partner
Human Resources and Employment
September 6, 2017
Publication
Remember last November when a federal judge put a temporary hold on significant changes to federal labor laws affecting millions of workers and their employers?
Mark D. Brookstein
Partner
May 30, 2017
Publication
David Newman discusses how three U.S. Supreme Court rulings weaken patents and may damage many U.S. technology sectors.
David L. Newman
Partner
Chair, Intellectual Property Practice
May 2017
Publication
Eric Sparks examines freedom of contract and the rule of law in the jurisprudence of merits-based review of arbitration awards in construction matters.
Eric P. Sparks
Partner
December 9, 2016
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David Newman discusses how Apple is in jeopardy of losing most of the $400 million damage award it had previously achieved against Samsung Electronics Inc.
David L. Newman
Partner
Chair, Intellectual Property Practice
Intellectual Property
Litigation
April 30, 2016
Publication
McDonald’s and the National Labor Relations Board faced off in an administrative court to determine whether the fast-food chain is liable for the actions of its franchisees as a joint employer.
Mark D. Brookstein
Partner
Human Resources and Employment
Litigation
April 2016
Publication
Most construction contracts contain boilerplate Force Majeure or Act of God provisions, but they should clearly identify what those events are, their impact on contract terms and allocate the risks of...
Richard S. Reizen
Partner
Co-Chair, Construction Practice
Construction
Litigation
March 2016
Publication
Litigation over restrictive covenant agreements, including non-competes, is on the rise. Because such agreements are viewed as restraints on trade, they are generally disfavored by Illinois courts. In a recent decision,...
David N. Michael
Partner
Chair, Litigation Practice
Human Resources and Employment
Litigation
October 2013
Publication
January 2013
Publication
David N. Michael
Partner
Chair, Litigation Practice
Human Resources and Employment
Litigation
April 2012
Publication
David N. Michael
Partner
Chair, Litigation Practice
Human Resources and Employment
Litigation
June 2011
Publication
John A. Washburn
Of Counsel
Corporate
Litigation
July 2010
Publication
Brian B. Gilbert
Partner
Corporate
Litigation
October 2008
Publication
November 2007
Publication
Paul W. Carroll
Partner
Litigation
Real Estate
October 2007
Publication
Richard S. Reizen
Partner
Co-Chair, Construction Practice
Litigation
Eric P. Sparks
Partner
Litigation
August 2007
Publication
David N. Michael
Partner
Chair, Litigation Practice
Human Resources and Employment
Litigation
January 1997
Publication