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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 Read More

Governor Pritzker Signs Amendment to the Illinois Health Care Right of Conscience Act

On November 8, 2021, Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker signed Senate Bill 1169 into law. The Bill is an amendment to the Illinois Health Care Right of Conscience Act (“HCRCA”), 745 Read More

New Open Meetings Act Requirement to Take Effect Next Year

Effective January 1, 2022, Public Act 102-0653 amends the Open Meetings Act to require that public bodies meet to review their closed session meeting minutes every six months, or “as soon thereafter Read More

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 Read More

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 Read More

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 Read More

Evaluating Insurance Coverage When Policies Are Lost

For most businesses and organizations, one of the first calls to make after receiving a new claim or lawsuit is to the insurance carrier or coverage provider.  Insured policy holders Read More

Illinois Federal Court Allows COVID-19 Claims Against Nursing Home to Proceed in Recent Decisions

Illinois Federal Court Allows COVID-19 Claims Against Nursing Home to Proceed in Recent Decisions By Sean D. Hurley On March 9, 2020, in response to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, and Read More

Preparing Skilled Care Facilities for COVID-19 Litigation

While much of the United States is celebrating the lifting of many COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, and returning to a greater sense of normalcy, for nursing homes and long term care Read More

Karl E. Hunsicker

Karl Hunsicker concentrates his legal practice on a diverse range of complex civil litigation in both State and Federal Court. His extensive trial experience includes matters concerning medical malpractice, nursing Read More

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