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7th Cir. Upholds NLRB Findings re Campaign Speech

9/21/15

US Senate Bill Aims to Fix Work Scheduling

8/7/15

The NLRB Fast-Track Rules Three Months Later

7/30/15

Seventh Circuit Questions Broad Discretion Rule in Reliable

7/29/15

USDOL Issues New Guidelines About Employees v. Independent Contractors

7/28/15

Written Release of File Part of Fee Settlement Does Not Get Law Firm Off the Hook

7/28/15

USDOL Issues Proposal Revisions for "White Collar" Exemptions

7/7/15

Ex-Employee Had Refused to Comply With Directive in Front of Co-Workers, No Unemployment Benefits

6/15/15

IDOL Wage Claim Did Not Bar Suit

3/23/15

General Contractor Not "Indirect Employer" of Dismissed Construction Worker

3/19/15

Engineering Firm Has No Lien For Services Related to Platting

3/18/15

Supreme Court Upholds DOL Rulemaking

3/16/15

IDOL Lightens Up About Payroll Deduction Rule

1/16/15

Supreme Court Holding Time Spent in Security Screening After Clocking Out Not Work Time

1/9/15

Forum Selection Clause Dooms Wage Payment Suit

1/9/15

Governor Signs Savings Bill
1/9/15

First Class Mail May be Invalid FMLA Notice

12/5/14

Subcontractor loses Misclassification Claim

9/4/14

NLRB Finally Decides Triple Play

9/3/14

Pregnancy Law Passes in Illinois

9/3/14

New York State passes law against intern bias 8/28/14

Illinois passes new laws re criminal history, pay cards

8/22/14

Federal Ct of Appeals Rules Entry-Level Accountants Exempt

8/7/14

Ex-DQ Employee with Low Vision Loses ADA Claim

7/10/14

Appeals Court Makes Sense of Leaves

6/12/14

 

Sales Rep Agreement at Will if Terminable by Mutual Consent

3/19/14

 

NLRB issues "new" election regs

2/7/14

 

Is Travel To Vegas with Parent FMLA Leave?

2/7/14

 

Plumbers Funds Convince 7th Circuit that Second Company was Successor to the First

1/17/14

 

Casino Cocktail Waitresses in Race Case get Half a Loaf

1/17/14

 

NLRB “Quickie”Election Rules: Lurking in the Wings?

1/15/14

 

Illinois DOL Revises Prevailing Wage Formula

1/15/14

 

Illinois Supreme Court Rules on "Traveling Employee" under Worker's Comp Law

1/15/14

 

Illinois Appellate Court Clarifies When Homeowners can Sue Sub 11/14/13

 

7th Circuit Rules Employers on Notice of Leave Request

10/24/13

 

Illinois State Police Roll out Concealed Carry Sign

10/17/13

 

IRS, DOL Recognize Same-Sex Marriage

10/17/13

 

Member of Owner’s LLC Can Lien Job

9/26/13

 

In Retaliatory Discharge Case Downstate Jury Hammers Employer for over $4,000,000

8/9/13

 

Sub-subs Bear the Risk of Subcontractor's False Statements

8/6/13

 

Village Loses Late-Filed Claim Against Architect

8/6/13

 

Short Clips

4/26/13

 

Subcontractor May Proceed on Breach of Contract Theory against Village's Bond

4/26/13

 

Painters Union Funds Lien on Hotel Job Limited to Amount Owed Sub

4/19/13

 

 

 

 

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