Denver Partner, Shawn Turner, will present the Western Bankers Association Webinar titled "Leading by Example: Effective Board Evaluation Programs in a Disruptive Business Environment," on Thursday, October 24th.
A federal appeals panel has blocked a federal judge from forcing officials with the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission from testifying or facing potential contempt charges amid an inquiry over whether press releases about a deal between the federal agency and Kraft Foods violated a gag order.
A class action lawsuit can proceed against aerospace giant Northrop Grumman, after a federal judge ruled in favor of former employees arguing that they and others were entitled to severance pay that they never received.
The country’s second largest retail pharmacy chain and Illinois’ busiest casino have each been hit with class actions under an Illinois biometrics privacy law, accusing the companies of illegally tracking their customers’ movements using video technology.
Non-traditional bargaining points, including "common good" affordable housing and other social justice demands are among the sticking points keeping City Hall and Chicago Teachers Union from a strike-ending deal. But the city and others question whether contract talks are the place to deal with such political questions.
An Illinois appeals panel has ruled the owners of a now-closed Near West Side bar cannot be sued for a "targeted" murder that took place there because the slaying was not a foreseeable event. To rule otherwise, the justices said, would essentially require restaurants and bars to hire "round-the-clock security."