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The Legal Issues Facing Employers During A Global Pandemic

WORK IN A TIME OF CORONAVIRUS The Legal Issues Facing Employers During A Global Pandemic By Seth Matus, Of Counsel Like most people, I have spent the past few weeks in a state of bemused dread, watching schools and universities …

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$900,000 WorkWell Biometric Fingerprint Class Action Settlement

January 13, 2020:    A settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit about individuals that used Workwell brand, known as uAttend and/or Citadel, finger or facial scanners for employee timekeeping purposes. The lawsuit alleges that Workwell and the employers …

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Attorney Pacheco’s Presentation About New Illinois Employment Laws

January 31, 2020:   Thalia Pacheco, the leader of the firm’s discrimination department, presented to clients of the Worknet DuPage Career Center in Lisle, Illinois about employment law changes.   The new laws in Illinois are extensive and include amendments to the Illinois …

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March 19, 2020:  Click here to register for DuPage County Bar Presentation Employment Arbitration (Agreements and Litigation)   Speaker: David Fish, The Fish Law Firm Topic: David Fish will present the ins and outs of arbitrating employment disputes, from drafting the arbitration …

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Employee Workplace Rights Due To Coronavirus / COVID19

  Explanation of workplace rights under the law, including the new Families First Coronavirus Response Act Q.I am worried about catching Coronavirus/COVID19; do I have to go to work? A. Just being worried is not enough to get you out …

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