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By Masuda, Funai, Eifert & Mitchell, Ltd.
The 2018 Second Installment Real Estate Tax Bills for Cook County, Illinois are due on Thursday, August 1, 2019
By Alan Kaplan
Severance agreements are a vital part of every company's Employment Law Toolkit. Executives should not download templates or use previous agreements without understanding the legal requirements and the company's goals.
By Lisa A. Dreishmire
Effective May 1, 2019, Indiana employers may deduct from an employee's paycheck the cost of renting uniform shirts, pants and related clothing
By Monika R. Oyama, Stephen M. Proctor
On May 20, 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its long-awaited decision in Mission Products Holdings, Inc. v. Tempnology, LLC nka Old Cold LLC
By Asa Markel
SB 1300 made several changes and additions to the employment regulations under FEHA. First, with the exception of negotiated settlement agreements for the purpose of resolving a formal FEHA
By Asa Markel
President Trump's May 15, 2019 executive order entitled "Securing the Information and Communications Technology and Services Supply Chain."
By Stephen M. Proctor
Recently, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals had to deal with a state law issue under the Uniform Commercial Code that has tormented courts for decades.
By Jiwon Juliana Yhee
An employer may not wait to designate leave as FMLA-qualifying, i.e. an employer may not voluntarily permit its employees to exhaust some or all available paid sick (or other leave)
By Stephen M. Proctor
In May, 2008, Matthew Friedman, a manager of 1550 MP Road LLC, must have been very pleased. He had just negotiated and signed a lucrative lease and purchase agreement with Teamsters Local Union No. 726.
By Masuda, Funai, Eifert & Mitchell, Ltd.
The 2018 First Installment Real Estate Tax Bills for Cook County, Illinois are due on Friday, March 1, 2019.
By Kenton P. Knop
The Illinois Supreme Court's recent ruling that actual harm is not required to establish a cause of action for a violation of Illinois's Biometric Information Privacy Act affirmed BIPA's "preventative and deterrent" purposes.
By Alan Kaplan
Ever since (and even before) the U. S. Supreme Court's decision in Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis, 138 S. Ct. 1612 (2018), companies are asking its employees to sign mandatory arbitration agreements.
By Michael C. Bedell
As technology has developed, courts have increasingly been forced to grapple with the question of whether non-traditional means of communication constitute binding contracts.
By Alan Kaplan
Courts throughout the United States are closely examining arbitration agreements, especially when current and former employees are seeking to proceed with their cases in court.
By Steven L. Katz
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has announced its 2019 jurisdictional and filing fee thresholds under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976, as amended.
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