Elliot Wiczer represents businesses and individuals in a variety of legal matters, including Employment Law, Commercial Litigation, Business Law and Tax Law.

Elliot S. Wiczer

500 Skokie Blvd
Suite 325
Northbrook, Illinois 60062

888-300-1478

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Business Law, Employment Law, Tax Law, Commercial Litigation

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Elliot S. Wiczer is a partner at Wiczer & Sheldon. Mr. Wiczer represents businesses and individuals in a variety of legal matters and has also served various businesses as outside general counsel. During his career, Mr. Wiczer has tried or arbitrated more than 70 cases to verdict/award in state and federal court and has also argued numerous appeals. With his vast experience, he has represented clients in labor and employment law, complex trademark and patent cases, business and commercial claims, including claims related to international disputes, promissory notes, guarantees, loan agreements, tax, secured transactions, real estate matters, shareholders disputes, and other general litigation matters.

Mr. Wiczer received his B.A. degree from the University of Wisconsin, Madison in 1987 and earned his Juris Doctor from John Marshall Law School in Chicago in 1991. Collectively, for over 10 years, Mr. Wiczer served as the Chairman of both the Plan Commission and Zoning Board of Appeals in Highland Park, Illinois. Mr. Wiczer currently acts as General Counsel to the Staffing Services Association of Illinois. Mr. Wiczer is also a licensed pilot, experienced boater and avid diver.
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Tax Season: Will the Shutdown Affect Your Filing?

Tax Season: Will the Shutdown Affect Your Filing?

The good news is…. no. It will not. That’s a surprising answer given the fact that when a government shutdown occurs, it means all staff and employees working for the government—including the Internal Revenue Service—won’t be working at all. That’s typically the case. However…. The IRS Made a Recent Announcement Stating That Tax Season Will Still Commence on January 28 There was even mention of the ongoing government shutdown, hence authorities in the IRS are well aware of it. Yet that doesn’t seem to deter the necessity to provide hard workers their dues in taxes. In fact, IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig said that they are “committed to ensuring that taxpayers receive their refunds notw... […]