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New Prejudgment Interest Bill Awaits Signature
New Prejudgment Interest Bill Awaits Signature

Governor Pritzker must decide whether to sign a compromise bill that would allow personal injury and wrongful death plaintiffs to recover 6% interest on all damages incurred prior to a legal judgment. Although Illinois currently recognizes only post-judgment interest, Senate ...

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    IMAGE SOURCE: GETTY IMAGES Uber, the widely used rideshare service based in San Francisco, was recently hit with a lawsuit alleging racial ...

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    The road to hell is paved with good intentions, and nowhere is that more apparent than in legislation. Illinois legislators expended great effort last ...

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    Have you ever been “ghosted” by an employee? That is, have you had a worker who just didn’t come to work one day, who didn’t call, who didn’t even ...

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    Starting this January 2020, people over the age of 21 will be able to legally buy recreational cannabis under the Illinois Cannabis Regulation and Tax ...

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  • Increased Liability for Small Public Employers Under the ADEA: Mount Lemmon Fire District v. Guido

    Small public employers will want to take note of the recent Supreme Court ruling in Mount Lemmon Fire District v. Guido . The Age Discrimination in ...

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