Old Cases Ring True: A Review of Wolinsky v. Kadison and Breach of Fiduciary Duty Claims

As boards and managers take in the Palm II opinion and digest its consequences, we want to provide a few case briefs on existing condominium and homeowners cases that describe core legal concepts in the field. One case is Wolinsky v. Kadison, 987 N.E. 2d 971 (Ill. 1st Dist. 2013), a 2013 decision in a case that proceeded in the Circuit Court of Cook County and First District Appellate Court for many years and involved extensive litigation.    Read more………

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