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Illinois Appellate Court finds non-compete restrictions over-reaching and affirms court decision not to blue pencil

USA - November 13 2015 A recent decision from an Illinois Appellate Court suggests that employers with non-compete agreements “built to scare” may end up with an…

Unions sue to stop Wisconsin's new right-to-work law

USA - March 12 2015 The day after Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker (R) signed the state's new right-to-work act, unions struck back with a complaint and a motion for a…

Philip B. Rosen.

Wisconsin becomes 25th right-to-work state

USA - March 10 2015 The Wisconsin State Assembly has voted to make Wisconsin the 25th right-to-work state in the country. The legislation, passed on March 6, 2015, and…

Philip B. Rosen.

Labor board's quickie election rule raises the question: who's in charge here?

USA - February 6 2015 An individual meeting the definition of “supervisor” under the Act is not eligible to vote in a union election and, as an agent of the employer, the…

Christopher C. Antone, Philip B. Rosen.

Illinois: Employers cannot demand employees’, job applicants’ social media passwords

USA - November 14 2012 As use of social media sites continues to rise, employer attempts to access social media content and passwords from employees and applicants have come under mounting criticism.

Alison Crane, Chad P. Richter, Peter R. Bulmer.