Midway International Airport Welcomes New Tenants

Chicago is often referred to as the “Second City”, just as Chicago’s Midway International Airport is often overshadowed by Chicago’s larger and busier O’Hare International Airport. However, as Midway’s largest airline, Southwest, continues to grow its market share, Midway is fast becoming the airport for which an increasing number of domestic air travelers spend their […]

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President Trump Nullifies OSHA’s Ongoing Recordkeeping Rule

On April 3, 2017, President Trump signed into law House Joint Resolution 83, which nullified the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (“OSHA”) rule that allowed OSHA to cite employers that failed to make and maintain records of job-related injuries and illnesses for five years. OSHA had implemented the original rule in order to clarify that […]

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Biometric Privacy Laws and Class Action Lawsuits in Illinois

Illinois’s 2008 Biometric Information Privacy Act was one of the first of its kind in the country. Biometric data is the unique biological information that can be used to identify one person from another. This includes such technology as digitally stored fingerprints and facial recognition technology. Anytime you use the finger print scanner to unlock […]

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Insurance Policy Exclusions: When an Employee Isn’t an “Employee”

Insurance policies are as much a part of everyday life as death and taxes. With homeowners’ policies, automobile policies, general commercial liability policies, and many others, individuals and businesses often operate with a sense that they are protected against every kind of mishap. However, insurance companies continually limit the scope of the coverage they will […]

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