A federal court has ruled that a former Calumet City employee stated a claim for relief based on allegations that she was not re-appointed to work as a Freedom of Information Act Officer because of her political affiliation with the previous mayor.
The Illinois Appellate Court unanimously affirmed the jury verdict and fraud judgment awarded to a computer software engineer who claimed his partner tricked him into closing their proprietary trading company to take all of the profits for himself.
Jeff appeared on WGN Radio 720’s Let’s Get Legal show to answer listener questions about employment law on Labor Day weekend.
The City of Danville discriminated and retaliated against a former supervisor, according to a new civil rights lawsuit.
The Village of North Riverside is retaliating against Detective Sergeant Frank Schmalz for filing a civil rights lawsuit by refusing to follow a court order directing the Village to pay his line-of-duty disability pension benefits, according to allegations in a new federal lawsuit.
Federal judge rules railroad-employer must face trial on invasion of privacy claims.
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is a law that provides legal protection to those who may require additional time off from their workplace due to medical reasons or family needs.
Class action lawsuit alleges the Village of Antioch Police Department illegally surveilled and recorded thousands of private, non-emergency calls of citizens.
Chicago employees who face unpredictable work shifts finally get a break: the Fair Workweek” ordinance takes full effect for 2021.