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Our Illinois employment attorneys practice in the following areas, contact us for a free telephone call in the follow areas:

  • Wrongful Termination
  • Sexual Harassment/Discrimination/Retaliation
  • Overtime, Unpaid Wages, and Commission Disputes
  • Non-Compete Agreement Review and Litigation
  • National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Illinois Department of Human Rights, and other agenies.
  • Severance Agreement and Employment Contract Review
  • Executive and Professional Employment Counseling
  • Wrongful Termination
  • Whistleblower and Retaliation
  • Misclassification Disputes
  • Labor and Employment Law For Employees
  • Collective and Class Action Lawsuits
  • Workplace Harassment
  • Labor Law
  • Work Injuries/Retaliation

Our Illinois labor and employment lawyers have experience representing employees and employers in labor and employment disputes, including before the Illinois Department of Labor, the United States Department of Labor, the Illinois Department of Human Rights, the National Labor Relations Board, the EEOC, and in the state and federal courts in Illinois.

Some of the employment law cases that our lawyers have helped litigate include:

Nelson v.  Global Management, No. 03-C-6446, 04 C 7660 (N. D. Ill.)(ERISA class action on behalf of thousands of BP Amoco employees who had Enron debt purchased as part of their money market fund; recovery of approximately $7 million between two cases)

Day et al, 2018 WL 2473472, at *1 (N.D. Ill. May 18, 2018)($900,000 in FLSA overtime settlement)

Vestal et al v. Wyndham Garden Hotel Chicago O’Hare, 07-c-2685 (defended hotel against FLSA claims and Illinois Wage Payment and Collection Act putative class action)

Kusinski v. MacNeil Automotive, 17-CV-3618, 2018 WL 3814303, at *1 (N.D. Ill. Aug. 9, 2018)($550,000 overtime settlement)

Larson v. Lennox Industries, 2013 WL 105902 (N.D. Ill, 12 c 2879)(conditional certification granted in FLSA action alleging that store managers were misclassified as exempt from receiving overtime pay)

Cope v. Millhurst Ale House of Yorkville, Inc. 14-cv-9498 (collective action for FLSA overtime claims settled on collective basis)

Girolamo v. Community Physical Therapy & Associates, Ltd, 15-cv-2361 (alleging overtime and off the clock claims for physical therapists)

Jones et al v. Sistar Beauty Corporation, 15-cv-3359 (collective action alleging overtime claims)

Magallan v. Pancho’s, LLC, 15-cv-5578 (defending misclassification claims)

Lampley v. Aryaani dba Subway, 15-cv-9332 (collective action alleging claims under FLSA, IMWL, IWPCA);

Kalechstein., 15-cv-5929 (defending IWPCA and employment claims, obtained summary judgment on claims seeking nearly $1 million)

Barker et al v. Septran, Inc, 15-cv-9270 (IMWL and putative collective claims under the FLSA and IWPCA)

Simpkins v. DuPage Housing Authority, 15-cv-9103 (includes claims under FLSA and IMWL, obtained reversal and remand on appeal 893 F.3d 962 (7th 2018))

Day v. Stockton Construction Group, LLC, 15-cv-5884 (class and collective claims for overtime brought under FLSA, IMWL, and IWPCA)

Wehrle v. Midwest Sleep Associates, LLC, 15-cv-4397 (collective action complaint alleging overtime claims under FLSA and IMWL)

Hernandez v. R&R Laundry Solutions, Inc., 15-cv-5682 (defending claims brought under FLSA, IWPCA and IMWL).

Cowles, et al., 16-cv-07876 (overtime claims brought under the FLSA, the IMWL and the IWPCA)

Andrews v. Rockford Process Control, Inc., 3:17-cv-50171 (overtime class and collective claims brought under the FLSA and the IMWL, resolved on a class-wide basis)

Martinez v. Citizen’s Taxi Dispatch, Inc., 16 CV 10389, 2017 WL 2311231, at *1 (N.D. Ill. May 26, 2017)(resolved overtime claims of drivers).

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