Charles G. Wentworth in the News

Charles Wentworth was recently quoted discussing start-ups, non-compete agreements, ERISA, and art law.

Lofgren & Wentworth, P.C. attorney Charles Wentworth was interviewed by the Daily Herald’s business columnist and blogger, Jim Kendall.  The article dealt with entrepreneurship and the potential pitfalls of starting a new business, and appeared in the Daily Herald on Monday, November 18, 2013.  You can read it at their website here, or at Jim Kendall’s Business Owner’s Blog here.

Charles also recently had two case updates and an article published in The Brief, the law journal of the DuPage County Bar Association.  The first case law update deals with a potential change to Illinois law regarding non-compete agreements.  The court’s entire opinion can be found at its website here, and a discussion of it at our blog here.

The second case discusses a new case concerning the pitfalls of not following the requirements of ERISA.  That entire opinion can be read here, and come back for future posts about the case specifically and ERISA generally.

Charles’ article talked about artists’ rights and what they and art dealers can do to protect themselves. The entire article, named Don’t Deface My Painting! Artists’ Rights Under Illinois and Federal Law, can be found at the bar association’s website here.

If you would like to learn more about entrepreneurship, start-ups, non-compete agreements, ERISA, or art law, call Charles today.


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Charles Wentworth
Charles Wentworth
Charles Wentworth
Charles is an attorney in Glen Ellyn, Illinois. After graduating from the University of Utah, he clerked for Chief Justice John T. Broderick of the New Hampshire Supreme Court. He then became a litigation associate at Kirkland & Ellis LLP before opening his own office and partnering with Rick Lofgren. He lives just outside of Chicago, where he participates in community activities, including Boy Scouts and little-league baseball.