Tag: TenantsRights

Mayor Lightfoot’s “Fair Notice” Ordinance Evolves into a “Right to Cure” Ordinance and Creates a Seismic Pro-Tenant Shift in the Chicago Residential Eviction Landscape

The Chicago Residential Landlord Tenant Ordinance (“CLRTO,” Chi. Mun. Code § 5-12-010 et seq.) is a landmark tenants’ rights ordinance enacted during Harold Washington’s tenure as the city’s mayor in 1986. The...

NEW Chicago (a) Fair Workweek; (b) Sick Leave; (c) Minimum Wage; and (d) Anti-Retaliation Laws In Effect TODAY

The City of Chicago scheduled several new ordinances and regulations to go into effect on July 1, 2020. These new laws are very important and briefly summarized below. If you would like to speak with a lawyer regarding your...

Cameron & Kane, LLC Quoted in Chicago Sun-Times re: Kaegi Representation

The Chicago Sun-Times published a story titled “Company tied to Joe Berrios sets up bogus website in primary challenger’s name“ which reported on Cameron & Kane, LLC’s work for Cook County Assessor...