Franczek Radelet P.C.

300 S. Wacker Drive Suite 3400
Chicago, Illinois 60606, United States

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Immigration Law Does Not Preempt State Wage and Hour Claims, Says Court

In case there was any question, an Indiana staffing company, Access Therapies, learned late last month that the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) does not absolve employers of their responsibilities under state wage and hour…more
| Administrative Law, Civil Procedure, Labor & Employment Law, Immigration Law

What Employers Can Learn from Physicians When It Comes to Administering the FMLA

Earlier this month, I took one for the team. And I survived. I had the privilege of presenting to a number of employers and health care providers at the annual “Impairment Without Disability” conference, an event…more
| Labor & Employment Law, Health

IRS Announces Impending Tighter Enforcement of Employer-Provided Meals, Fringe Benefits

Internal Revenue Code § 119 allows employers to deduct 100% of the value of meals provided to employees when they are for the convenience of the employer, and they are furnished on the business premises of the employer. Meals…more
| Labor & Employment Law, Taxation

Court Affirms Three-Part Title IX Test Applies to High Schools

In a recent decision, Ollier v. Sweetwater Union High School District, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a trial court finding that a public school district intentionally discriminated and retaliated against female…more
| Art, Entertainment, & Sports Law, Civil Procedure, Civil Rights, Education, Labor & Employment Law

DOL Makes It Official: New FLSA Regulations Delayed Until 2015

Back in late May, we told you that the Department of Labor had released its required Semiannual Regulatory Agenda. The Agenda, which is not binding on the DOL, included several FLSA-related items. Most importantly, the DOL…more
| Labor & Employment Law

New Study Shows Substantial Growth in Effective Tax Rates for Residential Properties

As school districts and other public bodies enter the 2014 levy season, a new study from the Civic Federation of Chicago provides further evidence that the tax burden in suburban Cook County has shifted from commercial and…more
| Education, Taxation

PAC Strikes Down Five Day Registration Requirement for Public Comment as Violation of OMA

The Public Access Counselor (PAC) in the Illinois Attorney General’s office recently issued a binding opinion regarding public participation in meetings held by public bodies. Section 2.06(g) of the Open Meetings Act…more
| Education

Court Dismisses EEOC’s Controversial Severance Agreement Lawsuit

As we reported in February 2014, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission sued CVS Pharmacy in federal court in Chicago on a novel theory that the company’s standard separation agreement unlawfully deterred departing…more
| Civil Procedure, Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law

Village of Posen’s Rough Day in Court: The Perils of Challenging an Arbitration Award

The Illinois Appellate Court recently affirmed an arbitrator’s decision to fully reinstate a police officer terminated for cashing workers’ compensation checks while also receiving full disability pay during recovery from an…more
| Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), Civil Procedure, Civil Remedies, Labor & Employment Law, Worker’s Compensation

Working Two Jobs to Make Ends Meet: Paying Employees Working Exempt and Non-Exempt Jobs

Back in 2012, my colleague Bill Pokorny discussed how to properly pay a non-exempt employee who worked two jobs for an employer. This past week, one of my other colleagues and I were discussing a twist on this situation: what if…more
| Labor & Employment Law

Monthly Benefits Update - September 2014

IRS Issues Guidance on How to Deal With a Change to an Employee’s Measurement Period Under ACA Employer Mandate - The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued Notice 2014-49, which proposes an approach for dealing with…more
| Labor & Employment Law, Health, Taxation

Don't Be Tripped Up by Light Duty Obligations under the FMLA and ADA: A Discussion of Employer Best Practices

Earlier this week, I had the privilege of presenting on the FMLA and ADA reasonable accommodations at CUPA-HR‘s annual conference with my friend, Stan Kulesa from The Standard…more
| Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law

Appellate Court Sides with School Districts on Working Cash Fund Tax Rate Objections

This week the Second District Appellate Court upheld summary judgment in favor of 17 DuPage County school districts on 54 tax rate objections spanning a 13 year period involving transfers from the school districts’ working cash…more
| Education, Taxation

Appellate Court Enforces 60 Day Time-Bar on OMA Challenges

Recently, an appellate court in the Fifth District upheld a countywide sales tax implemented through the School Facility Occupation Tax Law. In doing so, the Court denied relief to an Open Meetings Act (OMA) challenge due to the…more
| Civil Procedure, Education, Taxation

Court of Appeals Rejects Claims of Race Discrimination in Special Education Placements

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals rejected a lawsuit brought by African American families and students in Pennsylvania alleging that the Lower Merion School District placed the students in special education classrooms as a…more
| Civil Rights, Education
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