The Illinois Sales Representative Act is a little known law which states that a principal who fails to pay a commission to a sales representative is liable for the commissions due, plus punitive damages up to 3 times the amount of the commissions owed to the sales representative, plus the sales representative’
Typical plaintiffs include real estate agents, real estate brokers, sales representatives and manufacturers representatives. It doesn’t matter what product or service was sold, so long as the remuneration was commission based.
If you are a sales representative and are owed commissions, the law firm of Lustig & Wickert in Northbrook, Illinois, can help. We are highly experienced in this area and can help you collect any unpaid commissions and enforce the Act so as to recover attorneys’ fees and punitive damages.
Because our primary practice focus is in the representation of small to medium sized businesses, we also regularly represent employers and principals who have been threatened with litigation. The dual role that this firm plays in its representation of both principals and agents gives our attorneys a unique perspective when it comes to prosecuting and defending these types of claims.
If you are owed commissions, the Illinois Sales Representative Act might be just what you need to level the playing field. Call managing partner Shelly Lustig at Lustig & Wickert to see if their many years of experience in this area can benefit you or your company. They can be reached at 847.509.9090 or on the web at: https://www.lustiglaw.com
Lustig & Wickert is a Chicago area law firm with a core practice in business law, corporate law, employment law, bankruptcy and litigation. We represent individuals engaged in business as well as small to medium sized corporations and LLC’s.
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