Litigating, Defending, and Preventing Employment Discrimination Cases: Practice Updates and Tips Concerning the Illinois Human Rights Act
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Presented by the ISBA Human Rights Section
Review the latest information in employment discrimination cases under the
Illinois Human Rights Act!
The Illinois Human Rights Act prohibits discrimination in a number of areas, including housing, public accommodations, and access to credit. Yet, most cases involve employment discrimination, making it imperative that labor and employment attorneys – as well as civil rights practitioners – keep abreast of this ever-changing arena. This seminar gives attorneys a better understanding of:
Michael J. Maslanka, Sacks, Goreczny, Maslanka & Costello, P.C., Chicago
March 14, 2013 9:00 AM Central
Illinois State Bar Association
Total General MCLE Hours: 5.25
Including Professional Responsibility: 1.25
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