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34th Annual Illinois Public Sector Labor Relations Law Conference


The Election and the Continuing Impact of Janus v. AFSCME Council 31

This conference is presented by Chicago-Kent College of Law and its Institute for Law and the Workplace in cooperation with the Illinois Labor Relations Board & the Illinois Educational Labor Relations Board.

Opening Plenary Panel

• Kay H. Hodge, Partner, Stoneman, Chandler & Miller LLP

• Kent Redfield, Emeritus Professor, University of Illinois, Springfield

• Don Slesnick, Managing Partner, Slesnick & Casey LLP

Program Highlights

After Janus: Implications for Labor & Management

IPLRA Developments

IELRA Developments

Representation Proceedings

Hot Topics in Employee Discipline

Mandatory Subjects of Bargaining

Strikes

Ethics: Preventing & Dealing with Harassment

Ethics: Lawyers in the Grievance Process

Best Practices in ULP Proceedings

Pensions

Interest Arbitration

Police Forum

Firefighter Forum

Healthcare Update

Financing Government & Its Effect on Collective Bargaining

Collective Bargaining

FOIA & OMA Update

Individual Rights and the Collective Representation Process


Location:
Chicago-Kent College of Law


Registration Fees:
BEFORE Friday, July 27, 2018 - $240.00 per person
(A $5.00 per person discount is available to groups that register 3 or more individuals at the same time.)

Regular Registration Fee - $260.00 per person
(A $5.00 per person discount is available to groups that register 3 or more individuals at the same time.)

AFTER Friday, November 23, 2018 - $300.00 per person
(no group discount available)

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Faculty Chair

Martin H. Malin

Professor of Law, Co-Director Institute for Law and the Workplace   

Martin H. Malin is a professor of law and Co-Director of the Institute for Law and the Workplace at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law as well as a member of the Federal Service Impasses Panel, Federal Labor Relations Authority. He teaches courses in contracts, dispute resolution, employment law, emplo...

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