January, 2015 Archives

Archives for January 2015

Making provisions for collections in your estate plan

When a young woman’s mother died, she was left with handling the estate. According to The Epoch Times, the mother had an extraordinary antique collection that included chandeliers, sconces and furniture. … [Read more...]

Does staging a house improve its chances of selling?

Home staging is a strategic marketing tool used to put a home that is up for sale in a positive light. While this process is optional for those selling property in Illinois, many who are in the middle of selling their home often wonder if staging their house is worth it and if it will ultimately improve their home’s chances of selling. … [Read more...]

Report: 14 percent rise in new commercial vehicle registrations

Like nearly every other industry in the nation, the world of transportation took a hard blow during the 2009 recession. An Illinois transportation attorney has seen many carrier companies over the past five years struggling to reach the status and security that they had prior to the time that the economic upheaval occurred. … [Read more...]

Congress may delay 34-hour restart rule for truckers

Transportation companies in Chicago and across the nation have been calling for an end to the newly imposed 34-hour restart rule, and they may soon get their wish. The most recent Senate appropriations bill includes a provision that would cut off funding for the implementation of the restart rule and instead allow the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to study its potential effects. … [Read more...]

3 Tips on setting up an effective meeting with a potential client

There are few things as satisfying for professionals than securing a valuable client for their company. However, an Arlington Heights business lawyer understands that getting that meeting in the first place may be more difficult than ever. … [Read more...]

How to recruit the best talent for your small business

Small businesses face some unique risks that other larger companies often experience on a smaller level. One of the clearest examples of this is seen in recruiting employees. If a large company hires a bad employee, damage may be done but it can often quickly be mitigated by work done by other employees, bosses, or individuals who fill the position in the future. … [Read more...]

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