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Employment Law This Week: Gig Worker Classification, NLRB Rulemaking Agenda, Non-Compete Agreement Backlash

USA - June 3 2019 This Employment Law This Week Monthly Rundown discusses the most important developments for employers heading into June 2019. The Episode includes:...

George Carroll Whipple, III, Kevin R. Vozzo.

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...

Erica McKinney.

Even If “Secret,” Information Will Not Qualify As a “Trade Secret” Unless Adequate Measures Were Taken To Protect That Secrecy

USA - March 11 2019 A federal judge in Chicago recently taught a painful lesson to an Illinois employer: even if information is sufficiently sensitive and valuable that...

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, Nancy Gunzenhauser Popper, Erica McKinney.

Illinois Appellate Court Declines to Adopt Bright Line Rule That a Five Year Non-Compete Or a Three Year Non-Solicit Are Unenforceable Per Se

USA - January 2 2019 The Illinois Appellate Court recently declined to adopt a bright line rule regarding the enforceability of five year non-competes or three year...

Erica McKinney.