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Metro Link IL, LLC Overtime Class Action Settlement

November 2019:   We have reached a $290,000 wage and overtime class action settlement with Metro Link IL, LLC relating to its employees who worked at its stores (selling the MetroPCS brand) in Illinois.    A copy of the Notice, which …

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Firm Settlements Reported Among Largest In Illinois

Top Verdict recently reported that two of our wage and hour class action cases were on its “Top 50 Settlements in Illinois in 2018”   Our settlements were ranked 37 and 41st in the state.   One of the settlements was …

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Client Prevails in TRO Hearing Over Non-Solicitation of Surgeons and Hospitals

Our client, a former senior sales representative of a  large publicly traded Swiss medical device manufacturer, prevailed in a temporary restraining order hearing before Judge Tharpe in Chicago federal court on Thursday.   The company alleged that our client violated his …

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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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Are ‘No Employee Poaching Agreements’ Anti-Trust Violations?

The Department of Justice is actively exploring, investigating and challenging no-poach and wage-fixing agreements between employers. The Department of Justice asserts that: that when “companies agree not to hire or recruit one another’s employees, they are agreeing not to compete …

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