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Employers Prepare for Sweeping Changes to Illinois Anti-Discrimination Laws

USA - October 31 2019 Governor J.B. Pritzker approved sweeping changes to Illinois anti-discrimination laws on August 9, 2019, building on the momentum of the MeToo and...

Cara J. Ottenweller.

Upset about FLSA Retaliation? There's a Remedy for That.

USA - March 7 2017 As if employers were not already sufficiently concerned about potential back pay exposure posed by wage and hour lawsuits, a relatively recent...

Blythe E. Lovinger.

Accommodating religious beliefs & practices: the latest guidance from the EEOC

USA - June 18 2014 The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently issued informal guidance related to religious garb and grooming in the workplace. In it...

Aaron R. Gelb, Jonathan A. Wexler.

Ignorance is not bliss: knowing when to issue a litigation hold

USA - May 4 2011 Has your company adopted a records management and document retention program that will pass legal muster?...

Bruce A. Radke, Amy L. Bess.

Struggling with intermittent FMLA leave

USA - January 21 2011 It's not unusual....

Thomas G. Hancuch.