Franczek Radelet P.C.

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Chicago, Illinois 60606, United States

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“Sugar Bear” Unleashed: Employee with Emotional Disabilities May Be Entitled to Bring Comfort Animal to Work

A federal district court in Hawaii has ruled that the branch manager of a rental car company may have been discriminated against on the basis of his depression and adjustment disorder disabilities when he was terminated for an…more
| Civil Rights, Labor & Employment Law

2014 Legislative Update: Summary Of Changes In School Law

In This Update: - Administration ..School as Polling Place ..Student Discipline Study ..Destruction of Public Records ..Sale of Personal Information ..DCFS Guardianship ..Children of Military…more
| Education, Labor & Employment Law

Not Just Minimum Wage: Proposed Paid Sick Leave Laws on the Rise, Too

Earlier this month, we told you about California’s new statewide sick leave law, which Governor Brown subsequently signed. While minimum wage increases seem to be getting the lion’s share of the press right now, proposed paid…more
| Labor & Employment Law

FMLA FAQ: Can We Terminate an Employee for Working a Second Job While on FMLA Leave?

If the employer has a uniformly-applied policy governing outside or supplemental employment, such a policy may continue to apply to an employee while on FMLA leave. An employer which does not have such a policy may not deny…more
| Labor & Employment Law

PAC Limits Public Bodies’ Authority in Regulating Public Comment Period

On September 4, 2014, the Illinois Attorney General’s Office released a binding opinion through its Public Access Counselor (PAC) that public bodies cannot require speakers to provide personal information such as a home address…more
| Administrative Law, Education, Privacy

White-Collar Exemptions: Paying Employees' Wages in Equity, Rather than Cash

The saying goes that “Cash is King.” However, entrepreneurs often quickly learn (sometimes in painful ways) that it is Cash Flow that is really King. Run a quick Google search for “accounts receivable” financing or factoring to…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Labor & Employment Law

Back To Basics: A Divided Seventh Circuit Upholds Indiana’s “Right To Work” Law

In 2012, Indiana enacted the “Indiana Right to Work Act”, prohibiting unions from requiring an individual, as a condition of employment, to 1) become or remain a member of a labor organization; 2) pay dues, fees, assessments, or…more
| Labor & Employment Law

Employer Rejects Employee's Fitness for Duty Certification, Faces FMLA Liability

The story is for all you hunt and peck typists out there. But its message is a lesson for all employers when it comes to returning your employee from FMLA leave…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts, Labor & Employment Law

U.S. Department of Education Issues New Guidelines On Collecting Student Data

This past July, the U.S. Department of Education released the Transparency Best Practices for Schools and Districts, a new set of guidelines created to improve relations between school districts and parents surrounding school…more
| Education, Privacy

Second, Third Circuits Tighten FLSA Pleading Standards, Challenge "Barebones" Complaints

Apologies to John Steinbeck, but in some ways, both 2013 and 2014 have been the winters of FLSA plaintiffs’ discontent on the East Coast. Last summer, the Second Circuit (which covers New York, Connecticut, and Vermont) issued a…more
| Civil Procedure, Labor & Employment Law

Illinois Appellate Court Rules that School Districts are subject to Municipal Zoning

In a strongly worded 42 page decision, the Second District Appellate Court ruled in Gurba v. Community HS Dist. 155, that school districts are subject to the zoning regulations of home rule municipalities. The decision answered…more
| Construction Law, Education, Zoning, Planning & Land Use

The "Winner" and Other Losers: What "Winning" That Wage & Hour Suit Might Get You

Before the Labor Day holiday, I read on Twitter about the supposed “success” a restaurant had in defending its wage and hour practices at trial. I did a double-take. After reading the Southern District of New York’s opinion in…more
| Labor & Employment Law

This Year, Schools Face Increased Obligations for Addressing Bullying

Two new laws require school districts and charter schools to reconsider their approach to bullying. The first new bullying law requires school boards and charter schools to make extensive revisions to their bullying policies…more
| Civil Rights, Education

Cook County Property Tax Incentives Continue to Expand

Cook County continues to increase the number of commercial and industrial properties eligible for reduced property tax assessments. Recently, the County amended the Real Property Assessment Classification Ordinance to add the…more
| Construction Law, Taxation, Real Estate - Commercial

Are Employers Required to Provide Holidays or Holiday Premium Pay? [Wage & Hour FAQ]

Just before the Labor Day holiday weekend, a client and reader of the blog asked me an even more fundamental question: do we have to provide employees with time off for holidays, whether with or without pay, or pay employees…more
| Labor & Employment Law
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