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We are pleased to invite you to our upcoming virtual Tressler Talk:Employment Law Enters the Nuclear Age – When Did That Happen? An Examination of What Happened and How to Cope

Tuesday, July 30, 20242:00pm-3:00pm CT Webinar

Join Tressler’s award-winning attorneys for a complimentary webinar to learn about record-breaking employment verdicts. Nuclear verdicts consist primarily

Governor Newsom and legislative leaders have announced a major reform agreement for California’s Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA). Initially enacted in 2004, PAGA California Code, LAB 2699, imposed penalties upon employers through representative actions, awarding successful PAGA individuals and representative classes 25% of the PAGA penalties, while the State of California collected 75%. The

By Sarah Hertz Maisel, Alyssa Vranak and Jacob Baron

Truck Insurance Exchange v. Kaiser Gypsum Company, Inc.
The Truck Decision
On June 6, 2024, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision in Truck Insurance Exchange v. Kaiser Gypsum Co., Inc., et al., No. 22-1079, holding that an insurer with financial responsibility for a bankruptcy

Caitlin Frenzer focuses her practice on providing general counsel services to local governmental bodies. Caitlin represents clients on a variety of matters including zoning, contracts, employment, school law, economic development, intergovernmental agreements, compliance with the Illinois Freedom of Information Act and Illinois Open Meetings Act, drafting legislation and policy.

Caitlin received her B.A. from Auburn

On March 27, 2023, the Illinois Appellate Court rendered its decision in Safeway Insurance Company v. Jafar Al-Rifaei, 2024 IL App (1st) 231391, determining there are no mandatory insurance requirements or public policy violations where the sole named insured excludes a driver under his automobile insurance policy and subsequently allows the excluded driver to

A valid arrest requires probable cause. In Madero v. McGuiness, No. 23-2574, the Seventh Circuit affirmed that the inquiry as to whether there is probable cause for an arrest is based on the information reasonably available to the police at the time of the subject arrest. In Madero, the plaintiff brought a Section 1983

In St. Paul Guardian Insurance Co. et al. v. Walsh Construction Co., No. 23-1662, 2024 WL 1841941 (7th Cir. Apr. 29, 2024), three insurers have no duty to cover a general contractor for defective columns built at O’Hare International Airport, because the defects did not constitute property damage under the contractor’s insurance policies.
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