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Tom Kanyock Shares Business and Corporate Litigation Insights in ABA Publication

Tom Kanyock shared insights as a contributing author in Recent Developments in Business and Corporate Litigation published by the American Bar Association’s Business and Corporate Litigation Committee.

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How Will Coronavirus Affect Contractual Relationships and Obligations?

The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted practically every aspect of American life. Whether closed by government order or public safety concerns, millions of businesses around the country have come to a screeching halt.

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ESI Discovery Issues in Business Litigation

Electronically stored information (ESI) has revolutionized the business world. Unfortunately, the law has not entirely caught up.

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FAQs About Corporations

What is a “corporation”? A corporation is a type of business organization recognized by Illinois law.  Shares of stock evidence its ownership, and the owners are called “stockholders” or “shareholders.”

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Business Litigation FAQs

What is “business litigation”? We use the broad term “business litigation” to describe any litigation for control of a privately-owned company.  Other terms we frequently see are “freeze-outs,” “squeeze-outs,” “business divorces,” “oppression” and “breach of fiduciary duty.”

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More Contract Law FAQs

Contract law can prove quite complicated. This post addresses additional FAQs.

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Contract Law FAQ

Much of our practice – both litigation and transactional – involves contracts. This blog post discusses common issues relating to contract law.

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