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Employers likely to abandon random, pre-employment marijuana testing following legalization, attorney says
Many employers are likely to stop random and pre-employment drug testing for marijuana following the legalization of its recreational use in the state, an attorney with expertise in labor law said.
HOLLAND & KNIGHT: Holland & Knight Launches Innovative Technology Solution to Match Lawyers with Pro Bono Service
Holland & Knight announced that it will be rolling out an innovative technology platform across the firm to better match its lawyers and paralegals with pro bono opportunities and to increase access to justice for people and organizations in need.
Holland & Knight Partner Mark A. Flessner has been appointed corporation counsel for the City of Chicago by Mayor-Elect Lori Lightfoot. Mr. Flessner will take office on Inauguration Day, May 20.
Bankruptcy Attorney Phillip W. Nelson has joined Holland & Knight as a senior counsel in the firm's Chicago office.
HOLLAND & KNIGHT: Holland & Knight Receives ABA Military Pro Bono Project Outstanding Services Award for 7th Year in a Row
Holland & Knight has been recognized with the Outstanding Services Award for the seventh consecutive year by the American Bar Association's (ABA) Military Pro Bono Project.
A federal judge has dismissed a beleaguered class action complaint accusing Best Buy of misrepresenting its Geek Squad product protection plans.
Holland & Knight Partner Trisha Rich has been named to the Crain’s Chicago Business 2018 “40 Under 40” list.
With Pritzker backing idea, prospect of legal marijuana should prompt IL cities, others to prepare: Attorney
While Gov.-elect J.B. Pritzker likely may face opposition against his campaign promise push for legalized recreational marijuana, the transition to full legalization may occur more seamlessly than some may think, an attorney says.
HOLLAND & KNIGHT LLP: Holland & Knight Selected Construction Litigation “Law Firm of the Year” by U.S. News – Best Lawyers
Holland & Knight has been named "Law Firm of the Year" in construction litigation by U.S. News – Best Lawyers in its 2019 "Best Law Firms" listings, which were released.
New IL law mostly bars towns from regulating drones, giving regulatory 'predictability,' attorney says
A recent change to the Illinois Aeronautics Act has provided drone operators “more predictability,” according to Chicago attorney Andrew Fiske.