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Join the attorneys at Lavelle Law, Ltd. as they discuss legal concepts and issues affecting individuals and small businesses. Submit your legal questions to podcast@lavellelaw.com! We will answer your questions in future podcasts.

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People often think that entering a judgment means the case is complete, but it's only just the beginning. In this podcast, attorney Heidi Kuffel shares what actually happens after a judgment is entered. She discusses post-judgment proceedings, conditional judgments, and who can issue citations as well as what happens when they're not answered.
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Health care fraud perpetrators cost the Federal government and American tax payers billions of dollars each year. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is now working with the Office of the Inspector General, the United... more

A recent Illinois Appellate Court decision has made major changes to the way we see non-compete clauses. Be sure your company is properly protected with the most current requirements.

This podcast will discuss what the Illinois Department of Employment Security is looking for when they conduct an unemployment insurance audit.

The state of Illinois will soon be implementing a number of sweeping changes to the rules governing Medicaid eligibility for nursing home residents. This podcast will explain the most important changes, and what you need to know if you or... more

This podcast will discuss Civil Unions in Illinois and the rights and benefits they provide.

This podcast will discuss the recently effective changes to the Illinois Power of Attorney Act, 755 ILCS 45/1-1 et seq., in light of the twin goals of making the statutory forms more user friendly and providing more protection for the principal... more

Most people are not aware of their rights when they are pulled over for suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol. As such, they believe complying with the officer's requests will help them, when they are actually helping the arresting... more

Recently, the IRS, for the first time, enforced a rule stating that not-for-profit organizations that fail to file tax information returns for three consecutive years will have their tax-exempt status revoked. Due to the enforcement of this rule,... more

This podcast will cover tips for selecting a tax representative or tax firm to help you resolve your federal tax debt and what you need to know to make an informed decision to most effectively fight the IRS.

Learn the strategies needed to substantially drive down your personal tax liability as a small business owner without creating risk of trouble with the IRS.
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