Laner Muchin Attorney Christina Jaremus Presented, “Low Wage Workers: Challenges of Representing Them, and Defending Against Their Claims,” at the Institute for Law and the Workplace Employment Law Conference
Chicago, IL – Laner Muchin attorney Christina Jaremus co-presented with Nancy Maldonado, Partner, Miner Barnhill & Galland and Peter Sung Ohr, Regional Director of the NLRB’s Chicago Regional Office, “Low Wage Workers: Challenges of Representing Them, and Defending Against Their Claims,” at the Institute for Law and the Workplace Employment Law Conference hosted by Chicago-Kent College of Law on Friday, December 6, 2019 in Chicago.
Labor and employment cases involving low wage workers present unique challenges, legally and culturally. Jaremus and Maldonado discussed these different challenges from the plaintiff and defendant perspectives and offered tips and suggestions to overcome them. Sung Ohr was the moderator of the discussion.
Jaremus offers experience defending public and private sector employers against claims arising out of various state and federal laws, including but not limited to: Title VII, Section 1983, ADA, the ADEA, Title IX, the Illinois Human Rights Act, the Public Employee Safety Employee Benefits Act, and the Illinois Wage Payment and Collection Act.
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Laner Muchin, Ltd. concentrates exclusively in the representation of employers in labor relations, employment litigation, employee benefits and business immigration matters. The firm provides legal services to clients from coast to coast. For more information on our firm and our services, visit www.lanermuchin.com.