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It is with great sadness that Rathje Woodward announces the passing of our colleague and friend, Brian Murray, on September 23, 2020.
Karen Mills Moderates Webinar for DuPage County Bar Association entitled “Your Professional Reputation and Civility”
Karen Mills, a member of Rathe Woodward’s Private Client & Wealth Management Group and Immediate Past Chair CLE Committee for the DuPage County Bar Association, moderated a Basic Skills Webinar for the DCBA entitled, “Your Professional Reputation and Civility” presented by the Honorable David E. Schwartz and the Honorable Kenton J. Skarin.
Karen Mills, a member of Rathe Woodward’s Private Client & Wealth Management Group and Chair of Continuing Legal Education for the DuPage County Bar Association, spoke on effective leadership to incoming section chairs and vice-chairs at the DCBA’s Leadership Orientation and Training Seminar held on July 16, 2020.
Rathje Woodward proudly congratulates Terry Kalina on 46 years with the firm.
Karen Mills presented at the National Business Institute’s Accounting and Tax Crash Course for Trusts and Estates on June 26, 2020.
Karen Mills, a member of Rathe Woodward’s Private Client & Wealth Management Group and Chair of Continuing Legal Education for the DuPage County Bar Association, recently spoke with Brian Eisenmenger at Mathieson, Moyski, Austin & Co., LLP to DCBA members regarding the Paycheck Protection Program.
Liz came to the practice with over eight years of litigation experience in both the public and private sectors. Her experience includes a wide range of employment litigation and advising clients on labor and employment matters. If you would like to contact Rathje...
On February 28, 2020, the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Federal Student Aid published new guidance on how auditors should evaluate data security compliance at colleges and universities. This article is the second in a series of five on how to avoid an adverse audit finding regarding data security.