The Federal Trade Commission is in the process of making changes to its rule for non-compete clauses. The commission posted its proposal Jan. 5 and opened it up for public discussion. According to legal experts, the change isn’t likely to go into effect until April 2024. It could even face court battles.
House Bill 2862 — a measure transforming the temporary labor landscape — was signed Aug. 3 by Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker. Now employment and labor lawyers officially react to the changes and potential challenges the new legislation could bring to companies and staffing agencies.
While Hollywood makes movies and TV shows depicting litigators and their courtroom arguments, there’s an unsung hero element when it comes to attorneys who understand the intricacies of financial matters and tax laws.
Illinois Air National Guard Brigadier General John “Marty” Green did not see a commercial or walk into a recruitment office when he decided to enlist.
The oldest members of Gen Z are turning 26 this year, meaning previous generations of attorneys are now hiring and working with these young litigators. Cushman & Wakefield reports Gen Z will surpass Millennials in 2030 as the most populous generation and that it has more than one-third of the world’s population.
Almost a decade ago, a concurring opinion in a Supreme Court of North Dakota case referenced that lawyers must “keep abreast of changes in the law and its practice, including the benefits and risks associated with relevant technology.”
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