Yearly Archives: 2020
For Immediate Release October 1, 2020 As State & Federal Health Officials Urge Caution for Trick-or-Treating, Safety of Popular Halloween Activity has become a New Parenting Issue Parents may disagree with one another on the risk of trick-or-treating for their children as both federal and state public health agencies advise caution for the popular Halloween […]
Todd Glassman talks about the legal liability that schools and organizations may face by moving forward with their sports seasons.
Todd Glassman talks about legal liability that schools and organizations may face by moving forward with their sports seasons.
Allen & Glassman Partner/Sports Legal Analyst Todd Glassman interviewed by TheCenterSquare.com said the Big Ten football season resume will face legal obstacles:
Todd Glassman joined the Frank Beckmann Show to discuss the legal implications of Big Ten football returning to play.
Dr. Dre’s wife, Nicole Young, filed for divorce on June 29th in California after 24 years of marriage and two children. The couple signed Prenuptial Agreement, but Ms. Young is attempting to “get out” of the agreement, claiming she was pressured to sign close to the wedding date and she and Dr. Dre tore the […]
ONLINE OPTIONS EXPANDING Six months into the COVID pandemic, the court system and its experienced practicing lawyers have adjusted well to the now predominately remote practice of law. Clients wanting to retain our services can either Zoom, Facetime, videoconference, or personally conference with us by phone and retain us without coming into our office. Of […]
What is Happening with the Courts and “Re-opening”? Different per county and mostly virtual.* Cook: July 6, 2020. All matters to be heard remote via videoconferencing when possible. Lake: June 1, 2020. All family proceedings to be held remotely with limited exceptions. DuPage: […]