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Managing Employee Mobility Today: Are You Succeeding or Scrambling?

USA - June 26 2019 The 2019 legal landscape of employee mobility continues to evolve, at times drastically. Courts and legislatures are giving increased scrutiny to...

Daniel J. Green, Gretchen Harders, Peter A. Steinmeyer, David J. Clark, Cassandra Labbees, J. William Cook, Michael S. Ferrell.

Alleged Inconsistent Enforcement of Non-Compete Agreements Raised in Discrimination Case

USA - May 16 2019 Employers sometimes ask whether it matters if they are inconsistent in their enforcement of non-competes. Typically, the issue is analyzed in terms...

Peter A. Steinmeyer.

Sixth Circuit Greenlights Employer’s Broad Attorney Fee Provision

USA - February 15 2019 Employee restrictive covenant agreements often contain fee-shifting provisions entitling the employer to recover its attorneys’ fees if it “prevails”...

Brian E. Spang.

Recent Illinois Act Requires Health Care Providers to Institute Violence Prevention Measures

USA - February 6 2019 Health care providers and custodial agencies operating in Illinois are now subject to new obligations under the Health Care Violence Prevention Act...

Nathaniel M. Glasser, Nancy Gunzenhauser Popper.

Illinois Employers Must Reimburse Employee Expenses

USA - January 10 2019 The Illinois State Legislature expanded the Illinois Wage Payment and Collection Act to include a new section (820 Illinois Compiled Statues 1159.5)...

Susan Gross Sholinsky, Peter A. Steinmeyer, Nancy Gunzenhauser Popper.