Clark Hill Attorney Jonathan M. Boulahanis Named a Resident Blogger for Shiftgig.com with “Weekly Legal Bites” Column
CHICAGO, IL –
Clark Hill attorney Jonathan M. Boulahanis was selected as the resident legal blogger at shiftgig.com. His weekly column is titled, “Weekly Legal Bites” and is a question and answer segment. Boulahanis will answer various legal questions regarding the hospitality industry. To read his article, please visit
Shiftgig is the online community for the service and hospitality industries. They provide better connections for better employment in the service industry. They help job candidates and hiring managers connect with each other and get positions filled. They save employers time and money by streamlining the hiring process and delivering high-quality candidates. They encourage people to connect with other people to get references, referrals, and show off social influence. On Shiftgig, you’ll also find the latest information on industry news, events and deals.
Boulahanis is an attorney in the Chicago office of Clark Hill PLC and is a leader of the firm’s Food and Beverage team. Since he can’t cook like his Italian mother and the fast food was going to his hips, he became a self-proclaimed foodie. As an attorney, he has made a commitment to serve the food and beverage industry, no pun intended, by representing restaurants, bars, individuals, and other food and beverage businesses with various legal issues as they arise. You can reach him by sending an email to
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