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The Mandatory Training and Disclosure Requirements under the Human Rights Act

The Mandatory Training and Disclosure Requirements under the Human Rights Act By Daniel W. Myerson In addition to creating new forms of liability for employers under the Illinois Human Rights Act (“IHRA”), Read More

The New Liability Language under the Human Rights Act

The New Liability Language under the Human Rights Act By Daniel W. Myerson Addition of Non-Sexual Harassment. Prior to 2020, the Human Rights Act (“IHRA”) did not specifically prohibit non-sexual harassment. Sexual harassment was Read More

The New Requirements of the Workplace Transparency Act

The New Requirements of the Workplace Transparency Act By Daniel W. Myerson The Workplace Transparency Act (“WTA”) goes into effect January 1, 2020. 820 ILCS 96/1-1, et seq. Through the WTA, Illinois Read More

Brian J. Hingston

Brian J. Hingston focuses his practice on complex civil litigation in State and Federal Court, where he represents both commercial and not-for-profit clients. Brian is skilled in addressing matters involving Read More

Complimentary Webinar: The Civil and Canonical Implications for Religious Institutes of "You Are the Light of the World," The Motu Proprio of Pope Francis on Sexual Abuse

On Thursday, December 12, 2019, Airdo Werwas, LLC and the Resource Center for Religious Institutes presented a complementary webinar: The Civil and Canonical Implications for Religious Institutes of "You Are the Read More

William J. Sullivan

William J. Sullivan handles a range of complex civil litigation matters, including health care and tort matters. Mr. Sullivan’s practice also includes advising municipalities on employment and other issues. Mr. Sullivan Read More

Airdo Werwas Presents at RCRI’s 2019 National Conference

Michael Airdo  presented a range of topics at the annual conference hosted by the Resource Center for Religious Institutes, which was held in Dallas, Texas on October 1-4, 2019. Michael Read More

Illinois Appellate Court Allows Plaintiff to Pursue Aggressive Approach to Legal Fees and Costs Under the Nursing Home Care Act in Recent Decision

Under the Nursing Home Care Act, a successful plaintiff is typically allowed to recover their attorney fees. Prior to the recent Appellate Court opinion in Grauer v. Clare Oaks, a Read More

Airdo Werwas Presents at the 2019 Illinois Health Care Association’s Annual Convention & Expo

Michael Airdo and Mollie Werwas presented two sessions at the Illinois Health Care Association’s Annual Convention & Expo, held in Springfield, Illinois on September 9-12, 2019.  First, Michael and Mollie Read More

Race Judicata 2019

Airdo Werwas is pleased to support Chicago Volunteer Legal Services in this year’s Race Judicata. Race Judicata is a 5k run/walk, benefitting CVLS in its commitment to bring equal access Read More

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