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Kovitz Shifrin Nesbit and Hamilton Partners co-sponsored their second annual blood drive on June 19, 2013 with the help of LifeSource. Over 72 patients will benefit from these life-saving donations and we thank all who participated. Did you know that there is a high level of need for blood donors during the summer months? If you missed our blood drive but would still like to contribute, please visit www.lifesource.org to find an upcoming donor event near you.
KSN Celebrates 30th Anniversary. Thank you to our team, our clients and our business partners for your support. We look forward to many more years together!
In an Opinion released today in the matter of Spanish Court Two Condominium Association v. Lisa Carlson, the Illinois Supreme Court held that a unit owner’s claim that her association’s failure to repair and maintain the common elements is not a “germane”, or viable, defense in a forcible entry and detainer proceeding. In so ruling, the Supreme Court made a number of important observations that should serve to protect the functioning of associations in this State. Diane Silverberg, a principal in the litigation department of Kovitz Shifrin Nesbit, argued this case before the Supreme Court on behalf of the Spanish Court Two Condominium Association.