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We are pleased to invite you to our upcoming virtual Tressler Talk:Tressler Talks: Preparing and Preserving the Appellate RecordThursday, May 9, 20242:00pm-3:00pm CT Webinar
Join Tressler’s experienced attorneys for this complimentary Appellate and Insurance Law Tressler Talk. Attendees will come away with a deeper understanding of appeals in general and the importance of

In the recent case of Mertes v. Village of Mt. Prospect (2024 IL App (1st) 221787), the Appellate Court considered a dispute over whether a Village firefighter, Eric Mertes, was properly determined to have suffered line-of-duty injuries that were “catastrophic” pursuant to the Public Safety Employee Benefits Act, also known as PSEBA, and

Tressler is proud to announce that Linda Bondi Morrison has been named to Law360’s 2024 Insurance Authority General Liability Editorial Advisory Board. The editorial advisory boards provide feedback on Law360’s coverage and expert insight on how best to shape future coverage. Congratulations, Linda!
Law360 Insurance Authority delivers comprehensive coverage and analysis in general liability, property

Tressler attorney Shannon M. Harvey has been named to the Irish Fellowship Club of Chicago (IFC) Board of Directors. Congratulations, Shannon! “The IFC does an excellent job in upholding Irish heritage and nurturing a strong community bond among its members,” said Shannon Harvey. “It is my goal to continue projects that safeguard the rich tapestry of

Tressler attorney Charles A. LeMoine will present at the 26th Annual IASBO Risk Management Academy – AAC #1283 on March 21, 2024. He will discuss the topic of “Understanding Construction Contracts for School Administrators.” The presentation will focus on understanding key aspects of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) contracts and what attendees can do

In 2022, an inmate sent a letter to the mayor of Taylorville, IL complaining about the City attorney and other matters. The letter also included a FOIA request for a copy of the letter. The City’s FOIA officer denied the inmate’s FOIA request. The inmate filed a complaint under FOIA arguing that when the mayor

As previously reported, new reporting requirements under the Corporate Transparency Act (“CTA”) went into effect in January 2024. These changes require certain corporate entities (including condominium and homeowner associations) to provide personal details of the individuals who exercise control over the company (i.e. members of the board of directors). In response to these new requirements,