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The Top COVID-19 Workplace Claims from an Employees’ Lawyer Working in the Trenches

May 5, 2020:  David Fish presented to a group of approximately 55 NELA Illinois lawyers (those employment lawyers who represent workers) on The Top COVID-19 Workplace Claims from an Employees’ Lawyer  Working in the Trenches.

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Employment Claims Arising Out of A COVID-19 Pandemic and Remedy Buffet for Civil Rights Cases

May 12, 2020:   David Fish is presenting to the Illinois State Bar’s Human Rights Section and Labor and Employment Law Sections about employment claims arising out of a COVID-19 Pandemic and will be discussing available remedies. For a flyer and …

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Key Motion to Dismiss Defeated In Severance Pay Lawsuit

May 1, 2020 (Cook County, Illinois):    Our client, a former director-level employee of a transportation company, filed a claim for a 1-year severance payout.   The defendant employer took the position that severance was only due if the employee was …

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Final Approval Granted in DTLR Chicago Overtime Class Action Lawsuit

April 30, 2020:     Judge Kennelly of the US District Court in Chicago, Illinois granted final approval of our overtime class action lawsuit against DTLR–a national retail shoe store chain. Class members will receive 100% of overtime owed before allowed …

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DuPage County Bar Presentation on Covid-19 Issues

April 30, 2020:   Attorneys Thalia Pacheco, Seth Matus, and Kim Hilton presented to the DuPage County Bar Association about COVID-19 Issues In The Workplace   Congratulations to Attorney Rebecca Obarski for winning the Kahoot game; a $1,000 donation was made in …

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