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Illinois Employment Law Changes in 2022
Illinois Employment Law Changes in 2022

Each new year brings with it a fresh slate of additional laws and regulations. At the start of 2022, from the federal to the local level, numerous legal changes have taken effect, bringing with them new duties, obligations, and rights. Below are some of the most pertinent ...

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Blog posts in Non-solicitation

  • 2021 Non-Compete Recap: What Illinois Businesses Need to Know

    In 2021, two significant events took place that impact Illinois businesses and involve non-compete agreements: Illinois passed a new law that reforms ...

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  • New Changes to Non-Compete Law in D.C.

    Non-compete reform continues to be a hot topic across the U.S. In addition to President Biden’s recent Executive Order and changes to Illinois law , ...

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  • What Does Biden’s Non-Compete Executive Order Do?

    President Biden recently received news coverage for targeting non-compete agreements (for example, in the New York Times ). As a result of the media ...

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  • Illinois Passes Comprehensive, Bipartisan Non-Compete Legislation

    The Illinois General Assembly just passed a new law that will significantly improve employee mobility and provide clarity for Illinois businesses. The ...

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  • Comprehensive, Bipartisan Non-Compete Legislation Introduced in the Illinois General Assembly

    Representatives Kelly Burke (D) and Dan Ugaste (R) are co-sponsoring Illinois House Bill 3066 , which Senator Mattie Hunter (D) introduced as Senate ...

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  • Mergers and Acquisitions: What Do They Mean for Your Non-Compete Clause?

    Employers implement restrictive covenants, such as non-compete clauses and non-solicitation clauses, in order to protect the hard work they put into ...

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  • Non-Solicitation and Non-Competition Clauses: What's the Difference?

    Restrictive covenants in employment contracts are becoming more and more common. “Restrictive covenants” typically limit an employee’s ability to ...

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