The Shrinking Warranty of Habitability: Fattah v. BimBy Kelly M. GrecoOctober 2016Article, Page 36If a buyer waives the implied warranty of habitability and later sells the home, does that waiver protect the builder against claims by the second buyer, even if buyer #2 didn't know about the waiver? In Fattah v. Bim, the Illinois Supreme Court says "yes."
Challenging Voluntary Acknowledgments of PaternityBy Kelly M. Greco and Stephanie R. HammerSeptember 2014Article, Page 432Parties in juvenile and divorce cases sometimes want to challenge a voluntary acknowledgment of paternity under the Illinois Parentage Act. Find out when and why these efforts succeed.
Enforcing Non-Compete Clauses in Illinois after Reliable FireBy Kelly M. Greco, David J. Fish, and Shannon BarnabyApril 2012Article, Page 196A look at enforcing restrictive covenants in the wake of the Illinois Supreme Court's Reliable Fire ruling, complete with practice tips for lawyers on both sides of a non-compete case.