On Wednesday, June 12, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit found, for the first time, that extreme obesity qualifies as a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act, but only if caused by an underlying physiological disorder.
Schoenberg Finkel Newman & Rosenberg LLC, in a move to expand its reach and add to the Firm’s expertise, is adding five veteran attorneys from Deutsch, Levy & Engel, Chartered, a renowned Chicago business law firm that is ending its 50+ year run.
William Valle’s commission lawsuit against Powertech Industrial Co. Ltd. offers a little bit of everything.
Two versions of a contract, changing commission rates, enforceability questions, and the duty of good faith and fair dealing are all raised in this dispute. (So too is the perennial employee v. independent contractor battle, but that part of their contest will be saved for another day.)
Question: I personally realized a large capital gain from the sale of my stock. Can I avoid or defer the gain by reinvesting some or all of the sale proceeds in a qualified opportunity zone investment?