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Legal Steps for your Private Practice

Event Date:

August 20, 2021

Event Time:

12:00 pm

Running your own private practice can be stressful. Even if you have a strong clinical background, there are many aspects of running a small business that can get overwhelming. Chicago Minds understands the challenges and we want to be a part of the solution.

As businesses in Illinois and around the country move to reopen, it may be hard to navigate a new normal. We invite Jonathan Nye from Nye Law group to present a legal workshop to mental health practitioners focusing on the impact of COVID-19 on mental health law and how these changes can affect you. 


  • Discuss the necessity of forming a professional services corporation under the Professional Services Corporation Act or a Professional Limited Liability Company
  • Discuss the limits and benefits of such an entity 
  • Discuss recent changes to Tele-Health Laws and how it may affect your practice
  • Discuss forms a new practice may be required or should consider using, their purposes, and proper usage within your practice.

Sliding scale discount available. Please inquire at 

About the Speaker 

Jonathan D. Nye, a partner at Nye Law Group, Ltd., is a practicing attorney with offices in Fox River Grove & Chicago, Illinois. He practices extensively in areas of mental health and human services law, family law, and general practice. Nye Law Group, Ltd. has developed a philosophy of assisting human services providers in avoiding litigation, maintaining confidentiality and assisting human services providers in managing their practices with insight into the potential legal pitfalls inherent to the practice of human services provision. Mr. Nye is a graduate of the John Marshall Law School, licensed to practice law in the State of Illinois and before the Federal Courts of the Northern District of Illinois. He has lectured before the Illinois State Bar Association, the Chicago Bar Association, local and national associations related to law and human services and to numerous mental health, developmental disabilities, and alcohol and drug abuse agencies.

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Event Schedule Details

  • August 20, 2021 12:00 pm   -   2:00 pm
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