Illinois Employers Safe From Salary Bill (For Now…) There is no doubt that there exists a disparity in the pay rates of male
Donate the Value of Your PTO to Hurricane Victims IRS Will Allow Tax Deduction! Many Americans have witnessed the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey
Green Card Applicants Facing New Hurdles October 1, 2017 Deadline Looms Employers Should Plan Ahead! The labor market is showing strength. The latest
Storm Related Closings – Time to Review Your Policies Again! We’ve all witnessed the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey on the gulf
Small Business Advisor Alert Setting Up Shop to Avoid HR Nightmares Setting up a small business carries a number of risks. Will the product
Biometrics – Who’s Watching Who? Accurately capturing an employee’s time on the job has been a challenge for most employers. In the
EMPLOYER ALERT!!!!!! Alert – USCIS Changes I-9 Forms Again! New Form is Mandatory after September 18, 2017 On July 12, 2017, the United States
Is the ADEA Showing its Age? Hard to believe but we are coming up on the 50th anniversary of the Age Discrimination in
Transgendered Employees Entitled to ADA Protection? The employment landscape has exploded recently regarding legal protections for LGBT employees. Most of the controversy involves
Bill Boznos Elected to Leadership Position in DuPage County Bar Association I am pleased to announce that I have been elected to a leadership
IT PAYS TO BE SICK IN COOK COUNTY Effective July 1, 2017, eligible workers in the City of Chicago and certain areas of Cook
LEGISLATIVE ALERT Comp. Time in Lieu of Overtime? As a general reminder, private employers are not allowed to offer their employees compensatory time (“comp
We announced today that we are moving our practice to a new address to be closer to central Naperville, Illinois. Our new location is 1700
I will be participating in a panel discussion and open question and answer session for attorneys on the topic of the “employment law minefield” at
Everything was great while you were married. You and your spouse planned for a long life together. You even made plans (hopefully) for distribution of your assets after you die through a will or a trust agreement. You named each other as beneficiaries on insurance plans and retirement instruments.
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Non-Compete Agreements or Non-Disclosure Agreements are vehicles used to restrict the work an employee can perform for another employer after he or she leaves his current employer.
You’ve decided to branch out on your own and start your own business. Congratulations! The only problem is that you plan on using all the skills, knowledge, and a few of your current employer’s trade secrets or proprietary information to see the new business.
Tattoos in the workplace are all too common today. By some estimates, over 40% of all workers in the United States currently sport a tattoo
As an attorney that practices Estate Planning, I am frequently asked the difference between a Transfer or Payable on Death Account/Deed and a Living Revocable Trust.