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Trump appointments could reshape NLRB, but effects may not be felt for a few months

Tabitha Fleming Feb. 8, 2017, 4:57pm

With the White House now in the hands of Republicans, the majority on the National Labor Relations Board is also expected to soon change hands. But what impact that could have on the NLRB's proceedings and agenda, at least in the short term, remains to be seen. 

Attorney fees in Johnson & Johnson baby bath products settlement raise eyebrows but spur no action

Tabitha Fleming Feb. 3, 2017, 6:12pm

A class-action lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson that resulted in a $5 million settlement, including $1.5 million dollars in attorney fees, has raised questions of fairness, but not enough to persuade one class action settlement watchdog organization to get involved.

Attorneys without malpractice insurance must do self-assessment to decrease risk, ARDC says

Tabitha Fleming Feb. 2, 2017, 2:07pm

The Illinois Supreme Court has issued a new rule, at the urging of the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission (ARDC), concerning lawyers who opt to practice law without malpractice insurance.

Lincolnshire will appeal decision that tossed its right-to-work ordinance

Tabitha Fleming Jan. 17, 2017, 12:02am

The village of Lincolnshire will appeal the ruling of a trial court that tossed out the city’s right-to-work ordinance.