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Baker McKenzie | USA | 28 May 2019

BIPA After Rosenbach A Broad Interpretation By Illinois Courts

As we previously reported, in January, in Rosenbach v. Six Flags Entertainment Corp., the Illinois Supreme Court held that a plaintiff need not plead


Baker McKenzie | USA | 1 Nov 2018

New Expense Reimbursement Requirements For Illinois Employers

Illinois employers will have a new headache this new year, because as of January 1, 2019, they must reimburse employees for all “necessary


Baker McKenzie | USA | 9 Jul 2018

Be Careful What You Call It Commission Plans In Illinois

Last month the Seventh Circuit drew a distinction between “commissions” and “bonuses” as those terms are used in the Illinois Wage Payment and


Baker McKenzie | USA | 20 Dec 2017

Chicago’s New Sick Leave Ordinance May Leave Some Employers Feeling Ill

On Wednesday, December 13, Barbara Gressel, Deputy Commissioner, Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection (BACP) provided the Chicago


Baker McKenzie | USA | 12 Dec 2017

Update Regarding The Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act

In October, we discussed one of the hottest trending class-action claims: the Illinois Biometric Privacy Act (BIPA). In our alert, we noted that it


Baker McKenzie | USA | 17 Nov 2017

How To Avoid Class Action Liability Under Illinois’ Biometric Information Privacy Act

A number of corporations in Illinois, including internet and video game companies, food product manufacturers, gas stations, and restaurant chains


Baker McKenzie | USA | 8 Jul 2013

Illinois Supreme Court disallows punitive damages under Cook County ordinance

In a decision late last month, the Illinois State Supreme Court sharply curtailed the ability of commissions established by local governments in


Baker McKenzie | USA | 28 Feb 2013

Chicago joins nationwide "wage theft" movement: lose your wage and hour case, lose your business license

Last month Chicago joined the list of states and municipalities enacting new laws to target "wage theft." On January 17, 2013, the Chicago City

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