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Supreme Court: “Concrete Injury” Required for Standing in Federal Court

USA - July 2 2021 On June 25, 2021, the United States Supreme Court held that class members who could not establish “concrete harm” flowing from alleged statutory…

Steven J. Pearlman, Samantha Shear

Illinois Legislature Passes Significant Restrictive Covenant Reform Bill

USA - June 8 2021 The Illinois Legislature recently passed a bipartisan bill, available here, that seeks to significantly amend the Illinois Freedom to Work Act (820…

Steven J. Pearlman, Dakota D. Treece

Guidance: The Intersection of Artificial Intelligence and Employment Law

USA - June 4 2021 Employers have increasingly embraced artificial intelligence (“AI”) in the workplace, using the technology to maximize efficiency in nearly every…

Tony S. Martinez, Joseph C O'Keefe

Chicago Introduces Wage Theft and Paid Secure Leave Ordinances

USA - June 1 2021 On May 26, 2021, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot introduced a series of ordinances (the “Ordinances”) which seek to implement new wage theft protections…

Steven J. Pearlman, Dakota D. Treece

City of Chicago Passes COVID-19 Vaccination Ordinance

USA - April 26 2021 On April 21, 2021, the City of Chicago passed an ordinance (the "Ordinance"), here, prohibiting Chicago employers from: (i) retaliating against…

Steven J. Pearlman, Dakota D. Treece