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Another Victory for Airdo Werwas in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire

Michael A. Airdo and Brian J. Hingston have prevailed in another victory in the Troy v. Bishop Guertin High School case in New Hampshire.  Earlier this year, Michael and Brian, along with local counsel in New Hampshire, prevailed on their summary judgment motion. The Court agreed that the Plaintiff’s case was barred by the statute […]

Airdo Werwas Selected to Present at LeadingAge Illinois’s 2022 Annual Meeting & Expo Designed for Providers of Assisted Living, Supportive Living and Skilled Nursing/Rehabilitation Centers

Airdo Werwas was selected to present on a series of topics at LeadingAge Illinois’s 2022 Annual Meeting & Expo, from May 17-18, 2022.  Michael Airdo and Mollie Werwas will be speaking on the topic of Social Media in the Nursing Home, where they will give guidance and ideas for drafting/revising social media policies and procedures […]

Best Practices of Township Foundations

On April 27, 2022, Airdo Werwas, LLC will present a webinar – Best Practices of Township Foundations. Township Foundations play an important role in supporting townships in providing critical services to residents.  Michael Airdo and Mark Kimzey will provide an overview of relevant federal and state laws and explore key legal issues, such as: corporate governance, […]

Michael A. Airdo and Brian J. Hingston Obtain Win on Summary Judgment in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire

Michael A. Airdo and Brian J. Hingston won summary judgment in favor of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart and Bishop Guertin High School in the Superior Court of Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. At issue was whether the plaintiff’s claims were barred by the statute of limitations. The lawsuit arose out of alleged employee misconduct […]

Child Protection Workshop and Review Board Training at Subiaco Abbey

Subiaco Abbey in Arkansas will have a Child Protection Workshop and Review Board Education on January 28-29, 2022. Michael Airdo will provide information on safe environments for children and offer best practices to ensure that those who are entrusted to the Abbey’s care are protected.  Michael will also provide training to the Abbey’s Review Board.

Michael Airdo Speaks at AED Summit

Michael A. Airdo, General Counsel for Associated Equipment Distributors (“AED”), attended AED’s annual Summit in Orlando, Florida, on January 17-19, 2022.  Michael spoke to Summit attendees in a workshop entitled, “What’s New in ’22.”  In this seminar, Mr. Airdo offered an overview of the most important changes of the laws in 2022. To learn more […]

Michael Airdo and Mollie Werwas Presented on New CMS Rule Mandating COVID-19 Vaccination for Health Care Workers

Michael Airdo and Mollie Werwas recently presented to a group of long-term care facility clients regarding the new CMS Rule that took effect on November 5, 2021.  This Rule requires staff at all facilities participating in Medicare and Medicaid programs to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by January 4, 2022.  The presentation addressed the requirements […]

Airdo Werwas Presents a Two-Part Workshop, “Nuts and Bolts of Township Government,” at Special Meetings of the Palatine Township Board

On October 18 and November 1, 2021, Michael A. Airdo and Mark J. Kimzey presented a two-part workshop entitled, “Nuts and Bolts of Township Government,” at Special Meetings of the Palatine Township Board. Michael and Mark provided an in-depth analysis of the powers and functions of townships and the roles of township officials under Illinois […]

Michael Airdo Presents at Annual Conference Hosted by The Resource Center for Religious Institutes

Once again this year, Michael A. Airdo presented at the Annual Conference hosted by the Resource Center for Religious Institutes, which was held virtually on October 26 – 29, 2021.  Michael presented three workshops for Conference attendees on the legal and practical tips for religious institutes.  He outlined state-of-art best practices from child safety, information […]

Sean D. Hurley Obtains Win in Will County Circuit Court

Sean D. Hurley won summary judgment in favor of Lewis University in the Will County Circuit Court. At issue was whether Lewis University owed a duty of care to its adult student while that student was engaged in an extracurricular volunteer activity away from campus. The student learned of the volunteer event from a Lewis employee […]