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Kevin Gilbert Drendel

Kevin Drendel’s Legal Cases

4 total

  • Rivers Edge HOA v. City of Naperville, 353 Ill.App.3d 874, (2d D 2004)

    Practice Area:
    Real Estate
    Date:
    Nov 29, 2004
    Outcome:
    The trial court ruled for the City; but the Appellate Court vacated and reversed the ruling.
    Description:
    The case involved interpretation of an easement running in favor of the City on the Homeowners Association property for walkway purposes and whether the easement language was sufficient to convey a right to the City to use the easement for a bike path.
  • IRMO of Collingbourne, 332 Ill.App.3d 665 (2d D 2002)

    Practice Area:
    Appeals
    Date:
    Jul 30, 2002
    Outcome:
    Trial court ruled for mother; Appellate Court reversed; Supreme Court reversed the Appellate Court in favor of the mother.
    Description:
    The issue involved is whether the custodial mother was entitled to remove her children from the State of Illinois over the objection of the father.
  • White Gates Skeet Club, Inc. v. Lightfine et al, 276 Ill.App.3d 537 (2d D 1995)

    Practice Area:
    Corporate & Incorporation
    Date:
    Dec 08, 1995
    Outcome:
    The trial court ruled in the club's favor on the main issues; the appellate court upheld the trial court ruling on the main issues and reversed in favor of the club on tangental issues.
    Description:
    The skeet club sued the club president for usurping a corporate opportunity and purchasing property for himself that he was investigating for purchase by the club.
  • In re R.M.F., 275 Ill.App.3d 43 (2d D 1995)

    Practice Area:
    Appeals
    Date:
    Sep 14, 1995
    Outcome:
    The trial court and appellate court held that the IMDMA applies but ruled in favor of the mother to remove the child; the Appellate reversed the the determination that the IMDMA applies to paternity cases and ruled completely in favor of the mother.
    Description:
    The issue was whether the removal provisions of the Marriage & Dissolution of Marriage Act applied to a paternity case in the absence of language in the Paternity Act allowing for it.