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Welcome to SWB’s Blog! This new feature is designed to make the SWB website a resource for information that is useful, informative and interesting to you. We will utilize this site to post comments, articles and links pertaining to trends in the law, relevant cases and legislation, and legal news… as well as SWB’s own work and accomplishments.

Please visit this site regularly, and feel free to give us your thoughts, criticisms or compliments!

Neta Nodelman will be joining SWB

By: Josh Schwartz | Posted: 02/3/20 | Filed In: Family Law | 0 Comments

SWB is excited to announce that Neta Nodelman will be joining our firm as an associate beginning February 5, 2020. Neta will be a great asset to our team and we look forward to working with her.

Marc Schwartz (Partner) speaks at Special Needs Law Boot Camp

By: Josh Schwartz | Posted: 02/13/19 | Filed In: Family Law, SWB Firm News | 0 Comments

Congratulations to Marc Schwartz on his presentation at the Special Needs Law Boot Camp on February 12, 2019. Thank you to IICLE and Rubin Law.

JDRF Ron Santo Walk to Cure Diabetes 2014

By: Josh Schwartz | Posted: 10/6/14 | Filed In: SWB Firm News | 0 Comments

Schwartz Wolf & Bernstein LLP proudly supports the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation! Members of the firm joined the community on October 5, 2014 for the annual JDRF Ron Santo Walk to Cure Diabetes. It was a great time for a great cause!  

Can an Association Publish a List of Delinquent Owners?

By: Daniel Wolf | Posted: 01/22/14 | Filed In: Assessments, Associations, Collections, Common Interest Community, Condominium | 0 Comments

An association client recently inquired whether the Board of Directors can publish a list of delinquent owners.  The list would identify delinquent owners by name, address and the amount of the delinquency, and would be made available to other association owners.   The idea is that adding an element of public embarrassment may serve as a Read More…

Illinois Makes it Tougher on Employers to Enforce Non-Compete Agreements

By: Daniel Wolf | Posted: 12/16/13 | Filed In: Employment | 0 Comments

On June 24, 2013, the Illinois Appellate Court (First District) rendered a decision in the case of Fifield v. Premier Dealer Services, Inc. The decision is bad for employers, as it materially tightens Illinois law relating to the enforceability of non-compete and non-solicitation agreements. The court held that newly hired, at-will employees who sign non-compete Read More…