Recent News About White House
Latest 7th Circuit nominees Scudder, St. Eve, seen as well-qualified, experienced by many legal observers
Legal observers have praised President Donald Trump’s two most-recent nominees to the U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, singling out their experience and intelligence as well as the White House’s efforts to gain bipartisan support for the nominees.
Despite efforts by the Trump administration to pull the reins on many of the recent priorities at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and amid a string of litigation losses, the federal anti-discrimination agency is holding course in pressing its years-long case against Dollar General. But what exactly that signals remains to be seen, according to employment attorney Rod Fliegel, who co-chairs the privacy and background checks practice at the firm of Littler Mendelson.
As 2018 looms, employers in Illinois are bracing for another wave of employment and labor regulations on the local, state and federal levels.
As the administration of President-elect Donald Trump begins its transition into the White House, the effect of this new administration may have less sweeping changes and more to do with picking its battles. According to Christopher Keleher, a Chicago-based appellate lawyer, the affect of a Trump presidency on the U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals may be less broad and more measured.