An Illinois appellate court ruled that a FOIA request estimated to require CPS to sift through 28,000 pages of documents was not automatically unduly burdensome.
Partners Cindi DeCola and Tony Loizzi will discuss the fundamentals of collective bargaining at an IASA Workshop on May 20, 2021.
A federal appellate court held that an employer did not have to accommodate its nurse employee after she was severely injured in an accident, although it had modified her job duties for two years, because she was no longer able to perform the essential functions of the job.
Hodges Loizzi partner Babak Bakhtiari was recently appointed to the Illinois Council of School Attorneys’ (ICSA) newly formed Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee.
Join Jennifer Deutch and Aimée LeBlanc when they present non-COVID legal updates as part of the IAASE Winter and Spring Webinar Series on March 31 at 12:00-1:00 p.m.
In an effort to target workplace inspections and compliance assistance in industries with higher risk for COVID-19, OSHA has identified school transportation as one sector (among many) where it will be taking a closer look.
Michelle Todd shares insights on how to prepare for a “never-ending” Section 504 meeting in recent Special Ed Connection article.
A federal appellate court held that an employer did not have to accommodate its nurse-employee after she was severely injured in an accident, though it had modified her job duties for two years, because she was no longer able to perform the essential functions of the job.
In a non-binding opinion, the Illinois Attorney General’s Public Access Counselor found that individual discussions between a public employee and board members regarding a proposed agenda item did not violate the OMA because there was no evidence that three or more board members participated in contemporaneous, interactive communication.