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Vol. 36, No. 4, Helen J. Kim Dec 2019

Vol. 36, No. 4, Helen J. Kim

The Illinois Public Employee Relations Report

Which ULP is It?: An Examination of Retaliation under Sections 10(a)(1) and 10(a)(2) of the Illinois Public Relations Act by Helen J. Kim

Recent Developments


Vol. 36, No. 3, Melissa D. Sobota, Erin K. Walsh Jul 2019

Vol. 36, No. 3, Melissa D. Sobota, Erin K. Walsh

The Illinois Public Employee Relations Report

A New Day for Illinois: Expectations on the Impacts of the J. B. Pritzker Administration


Vol. 36, No. 2, Lisa R. Callaway, Rebecca C. Barnard Apr 2019

Vol. 36, No. 2, Lisa R. Callaway, Rebecca C. Barnard

The Illinois Public Employee Relations Report

Labor Relations Collaboration from Start to Finish: A Case Study on a First Contract for Westminster Colorado Firefighters, by Lisa R. Callaway and Rebecca C. Barnard

Recent Developments


Vol. 36, No. 1, Amanda R. Clark, Susan M. Matta Jan 2019

Vol. 36, No. 1, Amanda R. Clark, Susan M. Matta

The Illinois Public Employee Relations Report

Janus: Otherwise Known As The Death Of Stare Decisis, But Only As It Relates To Unions, by Amanda R. Clark and Susan M. Matta

Recent Developments


Chicago-Kent Magazine - 2019, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law Jan 2019

Chicago-Kent Magazine - 2019, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law

Chicago-Kent Magazine

No abstract provided.


Vol. 35, No. 4, Roxana M. Underwood Oct 2018

Vol. 35, No. 4, Roxana M. Underwood

The Illinois Public Employee Relations Report

Managing Public Employee Speech in the Age of Social Media – Instituting Policies Regulating Public Employee Conduct While Balancing Access to the “Democratic Forums of the Internet”, by Roxana M. Underwood

Recent Developments


Vol. 35, No. 3, Robert Bloch, A. Lynn Himes, Terry L. Hodges, Mitch Roth, Barbara Erickson, Jack Vett Jul 2018

Vol. 35, No. 3, Robert Bloch, A. Lynn Himes, Terry L. Hodges, Mitch Roth, Barbara Erickson, Jack Vett

The Illinois Public Employee Relations Report

A Primer on the Illinois Education-Based Funding for Student Success Act, by Robert Bloch, A. Lynn Himes, Terry L. Hodges, Mitch Roth, Barbara Erickson, and Jack Vrett

Recent Developments


Vol. 35, No. 2, Stephanie Fortado Apr 2018

Vol. 35, No. 2, Stephanie Fortado

The Illinois Public Employee Relations Report

Where Do We Go From Here? Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Labor Legacy and the Current Attacks on Public Sector Unions, by Stephanie Fortado

Recent Developments


Vol. 35, No. 1, By Anthony Michael Kreis Jan 2018

Vol. 35, No. 1, By Anthony Michael Kreis

The Illinois Public Employee Relations Report

A Fresh Look at Title VII: Sexual Orientation Discrimination as Sex Discrimination, by Anthony Michael Kreis

Recent Developments


Vol. 34, No. 4, John E. Rumel Oct 2017

Vol. 34, No. 4, John E. Rumel

The Illinois Public Employee Relations Report

Public Employee Speech: Answering the Unanswered And Related Questions in Lane v. Franks, by John E. Rumel

Recent Developments


Vol. 34, No. 3, Jeffery M. Brown Jul 2017

Vol. 34, No. 3, Jeffery M. Brown

The Illinois Public Employee Relations Report

Collision Course of Legal Obligations: FOIA, Collective Bargaining and Privacy Considerations: by Jeffery M. Brown

Recent Developments


Vol. 34, No. 2, Taylor E. Muzzy Apr 2017

Vol. 34, No. 2, Taylor E. Muzzy

The Illinois Public Employee Relations Report

Contents:

LGBT Rights: Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation in the Workplace, by Taylor E. Muzzy

Recent Developments


Vol. 34, No. 1, Martin H. Malin Jan 2017

Vol. 34, No. 1, Martin H. Malin

The Illinois Public Employee Relations Report

Contents:

The AFSCME - State of Illinois Negotiations: Traveling in Uncharted Waters, by Martin H. Malin

Recent Developments


Vol. 33, No. 4, Thomas M. Melody Oct 2016

Vol. 33, No. 4, Thomas M. Melody

The Illinois Public Employee Relations Report

Labor-Management Cooperation In A Fire Department Closure: The Highwood Story, by Thomas M. Melody

Recent Developents


Vol. 33, No. 3, James Powers Jul 2016

Vol. 33, No. 3, James Powers

The Illinois Public Employee Relations Report

Police Body Cameras: Do Illinois Public Employers Have a Duty to Bargain over Their Use?, by James Powers

Recent Developments


Faculty Perspectives - Spring 2016, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law Apr 2016

Faculty Perspectives - Spring 2016, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law

Faculty Perspectives

This issue features scholarship by up-and-coming scholars Patrick R. Goold, Myrisha S. Lewis, Seth C. Oranburg and Joy Y. Xiang. Also inside: David Gerber on law and economics.


Vol. 33, Nos. 1 & 2, Eric M. Madiar Jan 2016

Vol. 33, Nos. 1 & 2, Eric M. Madiar

The Illinois Public Employee Relations Report

Illinois Public Pensions: Where to from Here?, by Eric M. Madiar

Recent Developments


Faculty Perspectives - Fall 2015, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law Oct 2015

Faculty Perspectives - Fall 2015, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law

Faculty Perspectives

This issue features excerpts from exciting and innovative works by faculty members Kimberly Bailey, Alexander Boni-Saenz and Richard Warner.

Also featured: An excerpt from Daniel M. Katz's The MIT School of Law?, which discusses new directions for legal education.


Vol. 32, Nos. 3 & 4, Robert Bruno, Thomas F. Sonneborn Jul 2015

Vol. 32, Nos. 3 & 4, Robert Bruno, Thomas F. Sonneborn

The Illinois Public Employee Relations Report

The Changing Landscape and Future of Labor Relations: A View from Organization Labor, by Robert Bruno

Conducting Independent Research: Should an Arbitrator Look Beyond the Record for the Facts or the Laws?, by Thomas Sonneborn

Recent Developments


Faculty Perspectives - Spring 2015, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law Apr 2015

Faculty Perspectives - Spring 2015, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law

Faculty Perspectives

This issue features new scholarship on law, gender, and society by faculty members Katharine K. Baker, Felice Batlan, and Michael Spak. Also inside—constitutional law scholarship by Steven Heyman.


Vol. 32, No. 2, Stephen A. Yokich Apr 2015

Vol. 32, No. 2, Stephen A. Yokich

The Illinois Public Employee Relations Report

Let's Make a Deal (or Not): Does the General Assembly's Appropriations Power Limit the Governor's Ability to Engage in Meaningful Collective Bargaining, by Stephen A. Yokich

Recent Developments


Vol. 32, No. 1, James C. Franczek, Laura E. Knittle, Patrick M. Depoy Jan 2015

Vol. 32, No. 1, James C. Franczek, Laura E. Knittle, Patrick M. Depoy

The Illinois Public Employee Relations Report

Illinois Votes for Change: So What Kind of Changes Can We Expect?, by James C. Franczek Jr., Laura E. Knittle, and Patrick M. DePoy

Recent Developments


Faculty Perspectives - Fall 2014, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law Oct 2014

Faculty Perspectives - Fall 2014, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law

Faculty Perspectives

This issue features exciting new work in intellectual property law by faculty members Lori Andrews, Christopher Buccafusco, and Edward Lee. Chicago-Kent's Intellectual Property Program is one of the strongest in the country, and it is due in part to the caliber of the original research presented here.

Also inside, César Rosado Marzán explores the potential of international framework agreements for labor organization.


Vol. 31, No. 4, Gary Bailey Oct 2014

Vol. 31, No. 4, Gary Bailey

The Illinois Public Employee Relations Report

The Workplace Bully in the Spotlight, by Gary Bailey

Recent Developments


Vol. 31, No. 3, Eric Madiar Jul 2014

Vol. 31, No. 3, Eric Madiar

The Illinois Public Employee Relations Report

Illinois Public Pension Reform: What's Past is Prologue, by Eric Madiar

Recent Developments


Chicago-Kent Magazine - Summer 2014, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law Jul 2014

Chicago-Kent Magazine - Summer 2014, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law

Chicago-Kent Magazine

No abstract provided.


Faculty Perspectives - Spring 2014, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law Apr 2014

Faculty Perspectives - Spring 2014, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law

Faculty Perspectives

IIT Chicago-Kent Faculty Perspectives is published regularly to highlight recent faculty scholarship at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law. This issue features excerpts from new articles by Stephanie Stern, Nancy Marder, Ronald Staudt, and Martin Malin.


Vol. 31, No. 2, Margaret Angelucci, Amanda Clark, Susan Matta Apr 2014

Vol. 31, No. 2, Margaret Angelucci, Amanda Clark, Susan Matta

The Illinois Public Employee Relations Report

The Future of Public Sector Bargaining: One Decision to undo Them All, by Margaret Angelucci, Amanda Clark, and Susan Matta

Recent Developments


On Becoming A Lawyer: Your Guide To Life At Chicago-Kent, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law Jan 2014

On Becoming A Lawyer: Your Guide To Life At Chicago-Kent, Iit Chicago-Kent College Of Law

Viewbooks

The 2014 viewbook includes a message from the dean, who's who among students, faculty, and alumni, an overview of what students can expect from their first, second, and third years, an overview of programs, clinics, and student organizations, as well as a guide to living and studying in the Chicago area.


Vol. 31, No. 1, Andrew Malahowski, Jeff Nowak Jan 2014

Vol. 31, No. 1, Andrew Malahowski, Jeff Nowak

The Illinois Public Employee Relations Report

Same-Sex Marriage: Employment and Benefits Issues for Public Sector Employers by Andrew Malahowski and Jeff Nowak

Recent Developments