Date archive: October 2016

In Illinois, Architects Not Required to Guarantee Habitability of Condos

Recently, the Illinois Appellate Court had to decide whether a claim for breach of the implied warranty of habitability can be brought against condominium architects purportedly responsible for alleged design defects—in particular, when the developer is insolvent. The court said no. Board of Managers of Film Exchange Lofts Condominium Association v. Fitzgerald Associates Architects P.C.,…

On a Not-for-Profit Board? Don’t Forget Your Fiduciary Duty

Board members of not-for-profit corporations are usually volunteers who offer their time and expertise to serve organizations they feel strongly about. Many times, however, board members either forget or don’t even realize they are in a fiduciary relationship with the not-for-profit they serve. According to Black’s Law Dictionary, a fiduciary relationship is a “relationship in…


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