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Sexual Harassment Decision Provides Guidance To Discrimination Claims In State Court

A recent case arising out of Rock Island County, Illinois (Zoepfel v. Black Hawck College, 2019 IL App (3d) 180524 (August 7, 2019)) provides useful guidance to how sexual harassment cases will be treated in state court under the Illinois …

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Client Prevails in $2.75 Million Jury Trial

On July 12, 2019, a DuPage County, Illinois jury returned a verdict in our client’s favor in a breach of contract claim that also sought to pierce the corporate veil under an alter ego theory.  The Plaintiff requested approximately $2.75 …

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BIPA Class Action Settlement Information (Will County, Illinois) IFCO Systems US LLC

This is the Internet site referenced in the post-card that you may have received if you worked at IFCO Systems US LLC as an employee and used a finger scanner in the Bolingbrook, Illinois location in Will County.  The lawsuit …

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Employment Arbitration–Death by a Thousand Cuts

This Bloomberg article is illustrative of the problems of individual arbitration in class action employment cases for employers.  Although employers have hailed recent pro-arbitration rulings as a victory, there is always a chance that employees will actually file those arbitration …

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Illinois Should Adopt Its Northern Neighbor’s (Wisconsin) Law For Restrictive Covenants and Non-Competes

When litigating Illinois non-compete and restrictive covenant disputes, my experience is that the biggest factor is not the law or even the facts, but instead the assigned judge.  This is unfortunate because there is a great deal of unpredictability.  There …

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