Experienced Legal Advisers
Allen | Galluzzo | Hevrin | Leake
Providing personalized and effective legal solutions to businesses, local governments, and individuals.
Quality legal services to businesses, local governments, and individuals throughout Northern Illinois and Southern Wisconsin.
AGHL Law, LLC (AGHL) is your trusted adviser which provides strategic guidance from an independent and unbiased perspective.
Our team of attorneys have a strong reputation for providing practical, effective, clear and efficient representation that sets us apart in both the quality of work and our ability to service and meet the needs of our clients.
Our firm’s diverse expertise in business and legal issues has proven to be of immense value to local governments who, acting on their own or in collaboration with other regional local governments seek to grow their economies.
AGHL Law’s business attorneys have decades of experience working with businesses, owners, boards, and executives. This experience directly correlates to your success – saving you both valuable time and unnecessary expenses.
Our firm helps people address issues affecting their personal lives. These issues range from the purchase of real estate and planning of their estates, to helping them address their personal interests in businesses, estates, and trusts.
Mandate Changes for Businesses
“Employers with 5 or more employees that do NOT offer an employer-sponsored retirement plan may be obligated to withhold 5% of an employee’s compensation and remit it to the Illinois Secure Choice program under the more recently amended Illinois Secure Choice Savings Program Act. Failure to do so...
Illinois Enacts the CROWN Act to Prohibit Hair Discrimination in the Workplace
On June 29, 2022, Governor Pritzker signed the CROWN (Create a Respectful and Open Workplace for Natural Hair) Act into law. The Act amends the Illinois Human Rights Act (775 ILCS 5/1-101 et seq.) by expanding the definition of “race” to include “traits historically associated with race, including...
Illinois Family Bereavement Act Broadens Leave Time Requirements for Employers
OVERVIEW The Child Bereavement Leave Act has been amended to the Family Bereavement Leave Act, which broadens leave time requirements for employers with 50 or more employees. The Act requires up to 2 weeks (10 workdays) of unpaid leave for pregnancy loss, failed adoptions, unsuccessful...