Novack and Macey Attorneys Named on the 2020 Best Lawyers in America List

Novack and Macey Attorneys Named on the 2020 Best Lawyers in America List…

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Eric Macey's Expert Analysis, "TCPA Opinion Highlights Strategies For Avoiding Class Claims," Law 360, August 2019

"TCPA Opinion Highlights Strategies For Avoiding Class Claims"…

"Fifth District Holds Two-Year Statute of Limitations for Actions Against Lawyers is Not Just for Malpractice" by Tim Miller and Rich Douglass

Fifth District Holds Two-Year Statute of Limitations for Actions Against Lawyers is Not Just for Malpractice _ Tim Miller and Rich Douglass - JDSupra.pdf…

Illinois Appellate Court Holds Double-Dealing Executive Liable for Breach of Fiduciary Duties, Orders him to Forfeit Salary, by Laura G. Jennings

Illinois Appellate Court Holds Double-Dealing Executive Liable for Breach of Fiduciary Duties, Orders him to Forfeit Salary…

Illinois Appellate Court Clarifies That Only “Incurred” Attorney’s Fees Are Recoverable Under The Illinois Real Estate Disclosure Act, by Richard G. Douglass

Illinois Appellate Court Clarifies That Only “Incurred” Attorney’s Fees Are Recoverable Under The Illinois Real Estate Disclosure Act, by Richard G. Douglass…

"Cause of Action Before an Adverse Judgment," by Timothy Miller and Richard Douglass

Co-authors, Timothy Miller and Richard Douglass discuss "Cause of Action Before an Adverse Judgment," JD Supra, July 11, 2019…

Mississippi High Court Holds Administratively Dissolved Corporation Cannot Continue Suit It Brought While In Good Standing

  In Wayne Johnson Electric, Inc. v. Robinson Electric Supply Co., 266 So.3d 643, the Supreme Court of Mississippi held, as a matter of first impression, that a corporation that is administratively dissolved while a lawsuit it brought is pending must be dismissed as a party, citing the 2013 revision of the Mississippi Business Corporation Act.  Johnson Electric is another example of the importanc……

Eric Macey to present at the Knowledge Group's webinar "Lost Profits in Commercial Litigation: How to Effectively Prove and Defend Damages" on July 16, 2019

Lost profits are considered the most significant aspect of a plaintiff’s claim, however, in a commercial litigation case, it is difficult to prove and defend.