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Cook County Wage Theft Law

Cook County has approved an ordinance to stop employers from committing wage theft. According to the Chicago Tribune: “Businesses that have broken state or federal wage and labor laws would be disqualified from receiving property tax abatements, business licenses or …

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Employment Law In A Nutshell–Presentation to workNet Dupage

Being out of work and looking for a job stinks.   To help out, periodically we volunteer to provide assistance to help applicants through this difficult task.  Attached is a presentation we recently did on “Employment Law in a Nutshell” at …

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Non-Compete Agreement In Illinois (Published in Illinois Bar Journal)

Illinois labor and employment attorney David Fish co-authored article on non-compete agreements in Illinois based on new Illinois Supreme Court ruling.  To obtain a copy of the non-compete article:   Click here for article on noncompete/covenant not to compete agreements in Illinois.

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Was I Wrongfully Terminated?

Being unfairly fired from your job is tough, particularly when it was for an unfair reason. Sometimes the unfair reason is also illegal and sometimes it is not. There are no laws against firing someone for unfair reasons unless it …

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Rockford Process Control Overtime Settlement

Rockford, Illinois Overtime Settlement The parties have reached a preliminary settlement in the overtime lawsuit against Rockford Process Control, Inc. in Rockford, Illinois.   The lawsuit alleged that the employees at the Rockford facility were not properly paid overtime.    Click …

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