The New Legal Framework for Meetings & Communication

The saying is “the more things change, the more they stay the same.” Following this adage could lead to costly mistakes. Paying attention to new or amended legislation […]

Circuit Court of Cook County Dismisses a Keep Chicago Renting Ordinance Violation Claim based on Pre-Emption

Stephen G. Daday and Aaron White are defending a case brought by the occupants of a foreclosed rental property in Chicago based on an alleged violation […]

New Law Mitigates the Restrictions of Palm

For most boards, the Palm case has severely hindered the day-to-day operations of the association because it prevented the board from discussing association issues, even those […]

A New Twist on the Deficiency Judgment Debate

One of the recurring topics in mortgage foreclosure appeals is whether the trial court properly entered a personal deficiency judgment against the borrowers or guarantors of […]