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What Do Civil Litigation Lawyers in Chicago Do?

Posted on September 5th, 2018 by Tom Zimmerman

If you aren’t familiar with civil litigation lawyers in Chicago, you likely don’t fully understand their role. Litigation lawyers are also called litigators or trial lawyers, and manage and oversee all phases of litigation. At Zimmerman Law Offices, Thomas A. Zimmerman, Jr has represented a wide variety of clients. From small companies to major corporations […]

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CBS Chicago 07-20-2018

Posted on July 20th, 2018 by Tom Zimmerman

Chicago Bars Allegedly Took Tips From Servers July 20, 2018 at 11:55 am   CHICAGO (CBS)–A class-action lawsuit seeking $30 million has been filed against 17 Chicago bars, which are alleged to have withheld tips from servers and failed to pay minimum wage, according to court documents.   The bars named in the lawsuit are […]

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Obtaining and Defending Your Real Estate License

Posted on October 16th, 2017 by Tom Zimmerman

The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) regulates professions in Illinois, including real estate professionals. If you’re interested in pursuing a career in real estate, there are a number of requirements established by the IDFPR that you must meet. To secure your Illinois real estate broker, managing broker, or leasing agent license you […]

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Pokémon GO Fest Litigation

Posted on September 19th, 2017 by Tom Zimmerman

AndroidHeadlines 7-28-17 (Pokemon GO Fest)  Blasting News 7-28-17 (Pokemon GO Fest)  Businesswire 7-27-17 (Pokemon GO Fest)  Chicago Sun-Times 7-27-17 (Pokemon GO Fest)  Chicagoist 7-28-17 (Pokemon GO Fest)  CLTV 7-27-17 (Pokemon GO Fest)  CogConnected.com 7-28-17 (Pokemon GO Fest)  Complex 7-31-17 (Pokemon GO Fest)  Critical Hit 7-28-17 (Pokemon GO Fest)  Digital Journal 7-28-17 (Pokemon GO Fest)  EuroGamer.net […]

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What You Need to Know About Consumer Rights

Posted on September 15th, 2017 by Tom Zimmerman

There was a time when consumers had virtually no rights to protect themselves against predatory business practices, but those days are in the past. In an address to Congress in March 1962, President John F. Kennedy set forth what he called the Consumer Bill of Rights. Since JFK’s pronouncement, many state and federal laws have […]

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