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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.
The Illinois Department of Revenue (“IDOR”) has changed several rules to assist business taxpayers during the COVID-19 health emergency. These amended requirements, summarized below, are designed to provide short-term relief and flexibility to business taxpayers in the state.
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On February 28, 2020, the Department of Education’s Office of Federal Student Aid published new guidance on how auditors should evaluate data security compliance at colleges and universities.
Mark McAndrew concentrates his practice in commercial transactions, employment law and homeowner’s and condominium association matters for more information about his practice,...
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Rathje Woodward LLC has assembled a team to help businesses, institutions, associations, and families work through the many questions, challenges, and opportunities that lay before us. For your convenience, the following are the industries, practice areas, and contact persons that are available to help.
What are FOIAs and what do they have to do with higher education? Therese King Nohos as quoted on The College Fix.com.
On March 20, 2020, Governor Pritzker issued Executive Order 2020 – 10, entitled Executive Order In Response To COVID-19. In Section 1, all individuals living within the State of Illinois were ordered to “stay at home or at their place of residence” unless specifically exempted by the Order. This leaves many condominium and homeowners associations wondering how to comply with the Order while continuing necessary operations.
Illinois recently applied for the Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program to assist small businesses and private non-profits in paying expenses during the COVID-19 disaster.
Coronavirus is impacting businesses in countless and ever-evolving ways. All impacted business should be taking a hard look at their existing insurance coverage to determine if they might have coverage for some of their losses. Use these five steps at a starting point.