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Author: Emily Flores

Jun 25, 2019

Kim Goldman on her new OJ podcast, drugged driving, is obesity covered by the ADA and more

Returning guest NYT best selling author and advocate Kim Goldman joins Rich and Tina to discuss her brother Ron Goldman and her new podcast “Confronting O.J. Simpson.” Sheriff Jack Campbell from the Illinois Sheriffs’ Association discusses the hazards of cannabis-related impairment drivers. Illinois Association of Defense Trial Counsel employment attorney […]

Jun 13, 2019

Illinois Courts Expand Insurer’s Duty to Defend Subcontractor’s Poor Workmanship

By: Samuel Levine An intensely litigated area of construction law revolves around insurance. When is a complaint sufficient to trigger a duty to defend? What constitutes an occurrence? When can an insured recover for property damage caused by an occurrence? These questions are further complicated by different courts’ interpretations among […]

Jun 11, 2019

Matt Ford on fixing the Supreme Court, IL Legislative Recap with Amanda Vinicky, limiting notoriety of mass shooters and more

New Republic’s Matt Ford discusses proposal to fix the Supreme Court. Parents of Aurora shooting victim Thomas and Caren Teves discuss their organization No Notoriety, aiming to limit publicity for mass shooters. Chicago Tonight political journalist Amanda Vinicky joins the show to recap the busy end of the IL legislative […]

May 30, 2019

IL State Rep. Ann Williams on Abortion Laws, Kyle McEntee on bar exam passage rates, Joseph Siprut & Chicago Magazine on Litigation Finance and more

In the latest episode, Illinois State Representative Ann Williams joins Rich and Tina to discuss the ongoing abortion debate and Illinois’ Reproductive Health Act. Law School Transparency Executive Director Kyle McEntee discusses the ABA’s new rule regarding bar exam passage rates and their impact on law school accreditation. Siprut PC […]

May 17, 2019

DOL Provides Guidance on Classification of Independent Contractors in Gig Economy

By: Jessica Jackler On April 29, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued an opinion letter providing guidance for gig economy companies on when to properly classify workers as independent contractors versus employees. Independent contractors are not subject to minimum wage and overtime requirements imposed by the Fair Labor Standards […]

May 10, 2019

Congress v. Trump, A.J. Freund and DCFS Reform, Legislating Corporate Board Diversity and more

In the latest episode, Cornell Law School Professor Josh Chafetz joins Rich and Tina to discuss the ongoing legal battle between Trump and Congress. Illinois State Representative Anna Moeller discusses the tragic death of A.J. Freund and the dire need for DCFS reform. University of Chicago Law School Professor M. […]

Chicago, Illinois 312-377-1501 | Schererville, Indiana 219-488-2590

Chicago, Illinois

312-377-1501


Schererville, Indiana

219-488-2590