On January 1, 2022, an amendment to the Illinois Freedom to Work Act will go into effect. The amendment implements several protections for middle-class employees against restrictive covenants such as non-competition and non-solicitation agreements.
In sum, the amendment voids restrictive covenants…Read More
The IRS has issued Notice 2021-25 that temporarily increases for 2021 and 2022 the Business Deduction for Business Meal Expenses to 100% from 50%. This applies to food or beverages provided by a restaurant. The term “restaurant” means a business that prepares and sells food or beverages to retail…Read More
Fuchs & Roselli, Ltd. is pleased to announce the arrival of new associate, Mariah Nix, as a member of the firm’s litigation group. Mariah graduated from Indiana Univerity and earned her Juris Doctorate from Loyola University College of Law.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, employers are implementing new policies to promote health and safety in the workplace. However, some public health considerations may conflict with discrimination and privacy regulations set in place by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). The FAQ below is intended to aid employers in navigating the ever-changing requirementsRead More
In connection with the Covid 19 pandemic, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) has been enacted to provide paid leave for both Covid 19 illnesses as well as interruptions related to Covid 19 shutdowns of childrens’ primary school/child care facilities.Read More
Fuchs & Roselli, Ltd. is delighted to announce the further strengthening of its Litigation practice with the promotion of Scott Nehls to partner.
Scott has made a significant contribution to Fuchs & Roselli, Ltd. over the last seven…Read More
Fuchs & Roselli is pleased to announce that it has relocated its downtown office to a new location: 200 S. Wacker, Suite 600. We are excited to introduce you to our new space.Read More
Unlike corporate shareholders, corporate directors have a presumptive (and much broader) right to inspect corporate books and records and only if and when the corporation carries the burden of proving the request for inspection is improper, can such a right be curtailed.Read More
Fuchs & Roselli, Ltd. is delighted to announce the further strengthening of its Estate Planning and Corporate practice groups upon Robert Ansani joining the firm as a partner.
Robert has made a significant contribution to the practice…Read More
Fuchs & Roselli, Ltd. is pleased to announce that Steve Ruffalo was appointed to the Illinois Supreme Court's prestigious Rules Committee for the term ending in December of 2018.Read More
Fuchs & Roselli, Ltd. is pleased to announce that John Roselli, Mark Schiff, and Steve Ruffalo were again selected by their peers as Leading Lawyers in their respective areas of practice. The announcement regarding their selection as Leading Lawyers was published in the…Read More
Fuchs & Roselli, Ltd. is pleased to announce that Shomshon Moskowitz and Scott Nehls have, for the fourth year running, each been selected by their peers as Emerging Lawyers in their respective areas of expertise. The announcement regarding their selection as Emerging…Read More
Fuchs & Roselli, Ltd. is pleased to announce that Shomshon Moskowitz was named a Rising Star by Super Lawyers’ Magazine for 2017. This is the fourth year in a row that Mr. Moskowitz has been named a Rising Star by Super Lawyers.
Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from…Read More