Bill Boznos Elected to Leadership Position


Bill Boznos Elected to Leadership Position in DuPage County Bar Association


I am pleased to announce that I have been elected to a leadership position within the DuPage County Bar Association. As you may know, my practice concentrates heavily on labor and employment law. Effective for the 2017-2018 year, I have been elected by my peers to the role of Vice-Chairman of the DCBA Labor and Employment Committee Section. This will result in my becoming the Chairman of the section in 2018-2019. The Labor and Employment Committee of the DuPage Bar Association has as its mission a responsibility to educate attorneys, business owners and employees on the various cutting edge topics, trends and laws impacting the employment field.


In this new position, I will have joint responsibility for providing continuous legal education programming and article writing for the DCBA magazine, the Brief. The DuPage County Bar Association has over 2600 members, including lawyers, judges, and employees in the legal services industry.


I am honored to have been selected for this new role and I look forward to continuing to work with the DCBA and its members.

More about Bill Boznos

Bill Boznos is the founding attorney of Boznos Law. He brings a unique 360 degree perspective to its advice and advocacy. He has served as in house senior counsel for a Fortune 500 Company for over a decade. In addition, he has served as Director of Human Resources and Vice President of Human Resources for both privately held and large publicly held companies for years, including Harrah’s Casinos, the largest gaming operation in the world. This unique background gave him an unprecedented access to company CEO’s, human resources departments, and the corporate insight you need. He has represented both individuals and business owners.

Bill has obtained favorable results in more than 200 employment claims. These employment matters included race, sex, disability and age discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wrongful termination claims among others. He has worked on severance negotiations and agreements, performance improvement plans, workplace investigations, employer training programs, and counseled individuals and executives on employment issues.

With over 30 years’ experience in advising employers and employees on cutting edge employment law issues, let Boznos Law work with you to ensure you are ready to meet the challenges posed by the ever-changing employment law landscape. Call Bill Boznos today at (630) 375-1958 or contact us at through our website at



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