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Airdo Werwas Presented at LeadingAge Illinois’s 2018 Annual Meeting & Expo

Michael Airdo and Mollie Werwas  presented at LeadingAge Illinois’s 2018 Annual Meeting & Expo, which ran from April 17-19, 2018, at the Schaumburg Convention Center.  Michael and Mollie  spoke on Read More

Illinois Supreme Court Holds: National Fraternity Organizations Owed No Duty to Local Pledge Who Died During Alcohol-Related Hazing Event

Illinois Supreme Court Holds: National Fraternity Organizations Owed No Duty to Local Pledge Who Died During Alcohol-Related Hazing Event By Michael J. Bankhead On January 19, 2018, as a matter of first Read More

2018 Employment Law Manual

By Andrew Kopon Jr., and Colette L. Kopon Andrew Kopon Jr.,  and  Colette L. Kopon have released Airdo Werwas’s updated comprehensive reference guide for employers.  The Employment Law Manual 2018 includes a Read More

Michael A. Airdo Moderated a Panel Entitled, “Innovations in ADR,” at the IADC’s Midyear Meeting

Michael A. Airdo moderated a Panel entitled, “Innovations in ADR,” at the IADC’s Midyear Meeting in La Quinta, California, on February 12, 2018.  The panelists discussed mediation and arbitration in Read More

Complimentary Webinar - Crisis Response: What to do When the Media, Law Enforcement, and Regulatory Agencies are at the Front Door

On Tuesday, March 13, 2018,  Airdo Werwas, LLC presented our Complimentary Webinar - Crisis Response: What to do When the Media, Law Enforcement, and Regulatory Agencies are at the Front Door. Crises Read More

Recent Seventh Circuit Opinion Provides Further Instruction on the “Ministerial Exception”

Recent Seventh Circuit Opinion Provides Further Instruction on the “Ministerial Exception” By Maureen A. Murphy Grussgott v. Milwaukee Jewish Day School, Inc., No. 17-2332 (7th Cir. February 13, 2018) In its first opinion Read More

Seventh Circuit Rules That The EEOC Can Investigate Alleged Workplace Discrimination Even After a Charge of Discrimination Has Been Dismissed

Seventh Circuit Rules That The EEOC Can Investigate Alleged Workplace Discrimination Even After a Charge of Discrimination Has Been Dismissed By Jolianne S. Walters On a matter of first impression, the Seventh Read More

Illinois Supreme Court Holds: No Absolute Immunity for “Shared-Use” Paths

Last month, the Illinois Supreme Court handed down two opinions which effectively extinguished absolute immunity under section 3-107 of the Local Government and Governmental Employees Tort Immunity Act (the “Act”), Read More

IDPH Regulatory Actions under the Nursing Home Care Act

Incidents involving personal injury to nursing home residents must be reported to the Illinois Department of Public Health (“IDPH”) within 24 hours. 77 Ill. Admin. Code 300.690. Such reports often Read More

Airdo Werwas Wins Summary Judgment for Its Client Based on the "Learned Intermediary" Doctrine

Michael A. Airdo recently won summary judgment for its pharmacy client. Plaintiff, a 42 year old union electrician, alleged that he suffered tardive dyskinesia as a result of taking the Read More

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