November 13, 2019

Illinois Sports Betting: Are the Odds Rigged Against Poorer Communities?

If you placed a straight wager on the Bears to win with your local sports-consultant/bookie, you probably just got your money back as the Bears just covered the point spread, making your wager a good one. Soon, your local sports consultant/bookie may need to find […]
November 20, 2018

A Blessed Thanksgiving in 2018

October 27, 2018

It’s More Than Planting Trees: The Jewish National Fund – USA

January 14, 2018

Udell Family History In Chicago, Part 1

For years I have suggested to my wife that I was going to chronicle the history of my family, preserving a legacy for my sons while adding another, small chapter to the story of European Jews who came to Chicago in the early part of […]
January 10, 2018

Pro Bono Work and BUPD, Ltd. | Glenn Udell

Lawyers are not always viewed in a favorable light by the public. In 2013, a Pew survey found that only 18% of the public held attorneys in high regard, with fully 34% suggesting lawyers contribute little to nothing to society. Ouch! As a practicing attorney, […]
August 17, 2017

Found Treasures in the State of Illinois

If you thought that there might be $50 tucked in an envelope in your kitchen junk drawer, would you invest ten or twenty minutes to try and find that envelope? Imagine your delight in reclaiming what was lost! If you’d open that kitchen drawer to […]