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Posted on: Mar 16, 2020

On Friday, March 13, 2020, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act with bi-partisan support. Among other things, the bill, if enacted, would provide additional paid and unpaid leave to most employees of employers with fewer than 500 employees.

Posted on: Feb 20, 2020

The EEOC and NLRB each have members whose terms are soon expiring, and if they are not reappointed or replaced the agencies’ governing boards may lose their quorums. 

Posted on: Feb 20, 2020

The EEOC and NLRB each have members whose terms are soon expiring, and if they are not reappointed or replaced the agencies’ governing boards may lose their quorums. 

Posted on: Feb 20, 2020

February is Black History Month. Area students may be learning about the successes of Madam C.J. Walker and Marshall “Major” Taylor. Perhaps you’ve read about the importance of Indiana Avenue to our City’s past. The EEOC and the ICRC both recognize Black History Month as a reminder of the importance of the civil rights movement. 

Posted on: Feb 20, 2020

February is Black History Month. Area students may be learning about the successes of Madam C.J. Walker and Marshall “Major” Taylor. Perhaps you’ve read about the importance of Indiana Avenue to our City’s past. The EEOC and the ICRC both recognize Black History Month as a reminder of the importance of the civil rights movement. 

Posted on: Feb 20, 2020

A variety of scholarships are available to attend the 2020 IndyBar Bench Bar Conference June 18-20, 2020 at the French Lick Springs Hotel in French Lick, Indiana. IndyBar's Bench Bar Conference is Indiana's premier event to bring lawyers, judges and paralegals together for a great time and top-notch CLE programming. Scholarships funded by the Indianapolis Bar Foundation will be awarded in addition to those awarded through IndyBar sections and divisions.

Posted on: Feb 20, 2020

A variety of scholarships are available to attend the 2020 IndyBar Bench Bar Conference June 18-20, 2020 at the French Lick Springs Hotel in French Lick, Indiana. IndyBar's Bench Bar Conference is Indiana's premier event to bring lawyers, judges and paralegals together for a great time and top-notch CLE programming. Scholarships funded by the Indianapolis Bar Foundation will be awarded in addition to those awarded through IndyBar sections and divisions.

Posted on: Feb 14, 2020

Are you ready for a one-of-a-kind Bench Bar experience? Registration is now open for this year's event to be held at the French Lick Springs Resort from June 18-20! Attracting hundreds of attorneys, judicial officers and guests, attendees of the conference can receive a maximum of six hours of CLE credit (ethics included) and will be provided the absolute best access of judges to lawyers. Registration is now open at special early bird pricing!

Posted on: Feb 14, 2020

Are you ready for a one-of-a-kind Bench Bar experience? Registration is now open for this year's event to be held at the French Lick Springs Resort from June 18-20! Attracting hundreds of attorneys, judicial officers and guests, attendees of the conference can receive a maximum of six hours of CLE credit (ethics included) and will be provided the absolute best access of judges to lawyers. Registration is now open at special early bird pricing!

Posted on: Jan 23, 2020

In Valdivia v. Township High School District 214, Noemi Valdivia worked successfully as an administrative assistant for Township High School District 214 located in Arlington Heights, Illinois until she began experiencing severe psychological problems that ultimately led to the end of her employment. She sued the District under the Family and Medical Leave Act, claiming that it interfered with her rights under the Act by failing to provide her with notice or information about her right to take job-protected leave.


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