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. […]

Apr 25, 2019

Key Reminders about Discrimination and Retaliation

By: Cary Schwimmer Every anti-discrimination statute contains a provision prohibiting the employer from retaliating against an employee for making a discrimination claim. Employers may not retaliate against employees who make an internal discrimination complaint; file a discrimination charge with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or similar state or local […]

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

Chicago, Illinois

312-377-1501


Schererville, Indiana

219-488-2590