Articles From David Krchak

2016 legislation By David Krchak Labor and Employment Law, December 2016 There were two new statutes affecting Illinois employers and employees passed in the most recent session of the legislature and signed into law by Governor Rauner. There were also three acts which were amended during 2016.
2016 legislation By David Krchak Business Advice and Financial Planning, December 2016 There were two new statutes affecting Illinois employers and employees passed in the most recent session of the legislature and signed into law by Governor Rauner. There were also three acts which were amended during 2016.
Identification of misclassified employees By David Krchak Labor and Employment Law, December 2015 A look at Administrator David Weil’s explanation of the six factors of the "economic realities" test to determine whether a worker is an independent contractor.
Case note: Whitaker v. Milwaukee County, Wisconsin By David Krchak Labor and Employment Law, March 2015 This opinion, decided November 25, 2014, establishes the law in the Seventh Circuit that at least for ADA discrimination claims, “joint employer” does not mean that under all circumstances two joint employers are both liable for any proven acts of discrimination under the statute.
Workplace Violence Protection Act in context By David Krchak Labor and Employment Law, January 2014 The Workplace Violence Prevention Act expands the circle of potential protection under orders of protection to almost any employed person in society.

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