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Limited Liability Company Owners Personally Liable to Creditor

We counsel many owners of limited liability companies that the filing of a Certificate of Formation does note automatically protect the owners from person...

Employee Termination Without Cause May Limit Enforceability of Non-Compete Agreement

  Litigating with a former employee for violation of a restrictive covenant agreement becomes more complicated when the former employee was terminated without good cause....

Misappropriation Claim Not Sufficient for Appointment of LLC Receiver

A claim that one of the members has misappropriated assets of a limited liability company and ousted the other member from management is a...

Fight Over Transfer of Interests is Grounds to Expel Member of...

An Illinois appellate court affirmed a finding of breach of fiduciary duty and the expulsion of a limited liability company member under a version...

What are the Best Defenses to a Trademark Infingement Lawsuit?

Defenses to a trademark infringement lawsuit may prevent the plaintiff from recovering any damages or receiving an injunction that prohibits a competing use. The most...

Understanding Damages in a Trademark Infringement Lawsuit

A trademark is any work, image, sound, device or other identifying feature that tells the world the source of a product or service.  It...