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Labor and Litigation & Local Government: COVID-19 and Beyond

An experienced local government law attorney and a justice of the Appellate Court share COVID-19 lessons learned and predictions for the future regarding labor and employment issues for units of local government.
Credits: 0.75 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: P9017-21E-06
$60.00 or 0.75 credits
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Expires 11/2023


Hon. Mathias Delort, Justice, Illinois Appellate Court, Chicago  
John B. Murphey, Odelson, Sterk, Murphey, Frazier & Mcgrath, Ltd., Evergreen Park 

Originally Presented as part of the 9th Annual Local Government Law Institute

Expires 11/2023


Hon. Mathias Delort, Justice, Illinois Appellate Court, Chicago  
John B. Murphey, Odelson, Sterk, Murphey, Frazier & Mcgrath, Ltd., Evergreen Park 

Originally Presented as part of the 9th Annual Local Government Law Institute

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Program Date12/3/2021
Session from:9th Annual Local Government Law Institute
CategoryEmployment & Labor
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Program Date12/3/2021
Session from:9th Annual Local Government Law Institute
CategoryEmployment & Labor
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