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Glenn Udell
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Husband, father and named Partner at Brown, Udell, Pomerantz & Delrahim, Ltd
Husband, father and named Partner at Brown, Udell, Pomerantz & Delrahim, Ltd

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One of the most popular cable TV reality shows, Shark Tank, features would-be inventors and entrepreneurs who present their ideas to a group of celebrity investors, hoping to convince them to fund their dreams. It’s a fun show filled with passionate people looking to turn their idea into a business. If you’ve got a “million dollar idea” destined for Shark Tank, here’s a couple of things you can do to protect the idea while developing your business plan.

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Another example of an Illinois Condominium Property Act, Section 15 de-conversion. River City might not be the biggest conversion, it's definitely among the most high profile. http://www.chicagobusiness.com/realestate/20171227/CRED0701/171229941/river-city-condos-going-back-to-apartments

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2018 City of Chicago Triennial Reassessment

All properties located in the City of Chicago (Cook County) are scheduled to be reassessed by the Cook County Assessor for the Triennial Reassessment, with an effective Lien Date of 01/01/18. Every three years the Cook County Assessor’s office makes this determination for all properties in Cook County. One-third of the county is reassessed each year. With this in mind, now is the time to plan and strategize for the forthcoming Reassessment.

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If you thought that $50 was tucked away in your kitchen junk drawer, would you invest 15 minutes to find it? If you would, read on!

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With construction cranes filling the Chicago skyline, a post on Illinois construction contracts, express indemnity and the statute of limitations might be of interest to those taking part in the building frenzy. http://glenn-udell.com/illinois-construction-contracts-express-indemnity-statute-limitations-glenn-udell/

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Pro bono legal work has its roots in Chicago and the benefits accrue not only to the client, but also the attorney.

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I've had good intentions to chronicle the history of my family for many years. Here's the first installation of what will be a series of blog posts that I hope will add another, small chapter to the story of European Jews who came to Chicago in the early part of the 20th Century.
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