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Employers Beware: New Illinois Employment Laws Take Effect on January 1, 2008

The Illinois legislature and Governor Rod Blagojevich have been busy enacting new laws or amendments to laws that will have a major impact on employers across the state next year. Much Shelist devotes the entire November 2007 issue of the Litigation & Counseling Alert to this important topic.

The following articles provide an overview of these laws and amendments, as well as information on how they will affect Illinois employers, and what steps you should take before they go into effect on January 1, 2008. Click any of the links below or to the left to access the articles.

Additionally, the federal government has issued a new Form I-9 that all employers should begin using immediately.

The authors, Irving M. Geslewitz and Anne E. Larson, encourage you to contact them to discuss the implications of these changes for your organization.

© 2023 Much Shelist, P.C.National Law Review, Volume , Number 151
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Irving M. Geslewitz Much Shelist Labor Employment Attorney
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Irv is a one-stop shop when it comes to representing and counseling his clients on anything related to employment law and labor relations. Irv has extensive experience representing employers and executives on issues or disputes arising out of the employment relationship. He also handles the gamut of labor relations issues that confront management in a unionized setting. His experience ranges from reviewing and helping prepare employment contracts, policies, and manuals to representing clients in employment-related litigation in state and federal courts as well as before...

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