May 22, 2022

Volume XII, Number 142

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Dawn M. Peacock

Dawn M. Peacock is an employment advisor and litigator. She regularly defends employers in all phases of single-plaintiff and class action litigation in state and federal court. Dawn also regularly handles employment-related agency matters. Her practice focuses on discrimination and retaliation. She has particular experience with claims brought under the ADA, ADEA, Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act and data protection laws.

Dawn’s pro bono practice includes directing diversity efforts with a focus on addressing individuals who are impacted by systematic racial inequality. During law school, Dawn was a notes & comments editor for the Chicago-Kent Law Review and was president of the Student Bar Association.

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Articles in the National Law Review database by Dawn M. Peacock

The National Law Review selected the Labor & Employment Practice Group at McDermott Will & Emery and the Health Care Industry Practice Group for their coverage of OSHA Vaccine Guidance. At a time when the rules surrounding COVID-19 vaccine mandates seemed uncertain, the group provided comprehensive and timely coverage of all the latest news about OSHA vaccine guidance, providing essential insights into an ever-changing area of law when readers needed it most. The authors who contributed insights into this topic included Abigail M. Kagan, Dawn M. Peacock, Michelle S. Strowhiro, Sandra M. DiVarco and Kristen O’Brien.

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