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Kelleher + Holland, LLC offers legal services for a wide breadth of individuals and needs.


Kelleher + Holland, LLC can be reached at 847-382-9195 or through our online contact form.

At Kelleher + Holland, LLC, clients will encounter attorneys dedicated to protecting clients’ families, businesses and futures. About Our Firm
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Offices in North Barrington, Waukegan, and Hinsdale, Illinois, and Naples, Florida.

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WEBINAR: Property Predicament: The Power of Eminent Domain

Eminent domain is the power of government to take private property for public use, even against the will of the owner, provided that it pays just compensation. If the government cannot reach an agreement with the owner as to a price to be paid, a lawsuit can be filed to have a jury decide on just compensation. Eminent domain law is complex and constantly changing and evolving.

Joseph T. Morrison
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Secure your family's financial future by taking immediate action to update your estate plan, as the anticipated 50% decrease in the federal estate and gift tax exemption underscores the urgency of ensuring your assets are protected and distributed according to your wishes.

Robert A. Holland, Andrew J. Kelleher, Jr.
Brewing Up New Thresholds for Federal Exempt Employee Classifications
WEBINAR: Brewing Up New Thresholds for Federal Exempt Employee Classifications

On August 30, 2023, the U.S. Department of Labor proposed a salary raise in order for “white-collar” workers to qualify for one of the Fair Labor Standards Act’s three exemptions. If the changes go into effect, they would have a significant impact on how employers pay their employees and who is or is not entitled to overtime pay.

Andrew J. Boling, Madeline F. Kelleher
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