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Firm Pursues Federal Lawsuit Against Insurance Company On Behalf Of Local Businesses Suffering From Illinois COVID-19 Shutdown Order

April 23, 2020:  We are pursuing a putative class action lawsuit against an out-of-state insurance company on behalf of the Hollywood Boulevard Cinema in Woodridge, Illinois and also for the Buttermilk restaurants in Naperville, Geneva, and Vernon Hills, Illinois.    …

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National Media Coverage Of Our Nursing Client Who Filed Unfair Labor Charge After Being Fired From Mercy Hospital

The Fish Law Firm filed a Charge of Discrimination with the Chicago office of the National Labor Relations Board.  The Charge was filed by a nurse who worked at Mercy Hospital in Chicago who alleges wrongful termination in a dispute …

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Settlement Against Medical Practice For Allegedly Paying Kickbacks For Patient Referrals

March 23, 2020:    False Claims Act Settlement:    We filed a qui tam/False Claims Act case on behalf of two former employees of a medical practice.  We alleged in our lawsuit that an orthopedic medical practice was paying kickbacks to another …

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Employment Lawyer Fish’s CBS Interview Regarding COVID-19 And Employment Rights

March 19, 2020:  Click here to watch CBS’s Dana Kozlov interview David Fish regarding Caronavirus/COVID-19 issues in the workplace.    

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As a result of the forced closure of restaurants and bars, thousands of Illinois employees are out of work. A local law firm is setting up an emergency free legal clinic to help advise Illinois workers about their rights.  Volunteer …

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