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Causes of Action (Illinois): Employment Actions 2017 Edition

This guide is a succinct study of the elements and pleadings for employment-related claims, from sexual harassment to accidental injuries arising out of employment.

The Institute’s Causes of Action series includes volumes that each contain a concise examination of the statutory and caselaw-based elements and pleading requirements of a particular cause of action in Illinois. This title's focus is employment-related actions. Types of claims covered include sexual harassment, adverse employment actions (as identified in the Illinois Human Rights Act), retaliatory discharge, accidental injuries or death arising out of and in the course of employment within the State of Illinois, and negligent hiring and/or retention of an employee. Information needed to shepherd a matter through the entire process from initial assessment to appeal, along with checklists and editable forms to use along the way, arms attorneys whether they represent an employee or an employer.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1 — Discrimination Actions
Brian A. Hartstein, Quarles & Brady LLP, Chicago

Chapter 2 — Retaliatory Discharge
Lorna K Geiler, Meyer Capel, A Professional Corporation, Champaign

Chapter 3 — Workers’ Compensation
Ryan P. Theriault, Meyers & Flowers, LLC, St. Charles

Chapter 4 — Employer Negligence: Negligent Hiring, Supervision, and/or Retention of Employees
Miles V. Cohen, Scott & Kraus, LLC, Chicago


 

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The Institute’s Causes of Action series includes volumes that each contain a concise examination of the statutory and caselaw-based elements and pleading requirements of a particular cause of action in Illinois. This title's focus is employment-related actions. Types of claims covered include sexual harassment, adverse employment actions (as identified in the Illinois Human Rights Act), retaliatory discharge, accidental injuries or death arising out of and in the course of employment within the State of Illinois, and negligent hiring and/or retention of an employee. Information needed to shepherd a matter through the entire process from initial assessment to appeal, along with checklists and editable forms to use along the way, arms attorneys whether they represent an employee or an employer.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1 — Discrimination Actions
Brian A. Hartstein, Quarles & Brady LLP, Chicago

Chapter 2 — Retaliatory Discharge
Lorna K Geiler, Meyer Capel, A Professional Corporation, Champaign

Chapter 3 — Workers’ Compensation
Ryan P. Theriault, Meyers & Flowers, LLC, St. Charles

Chapter 4 — Employer Negligence: Negligent Hiring, Supervision, and/or Retention of Employees
Miles V. Cohen, Scott & Kraus, LLC, Chicago


 

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