Our Cook County Employment attorneys have the experience to protect your interests whether you are an employer, employee or independent contractor. Our Cook County labor lawyers are proud of our excellent client service and affordable rates.
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Cook County Employment Attorneys
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Cook County employment lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains employment contracts and indpendent contractor agreements in Cook County.
In this article, our Cook County labor attorneys explain the difference between employment agreements and independent contractor agreements. We discuss the factors that courts consider when determining whether an agent is an employee or independent contractor, including the employer's control over the work performed, the method of payment, and the level of skill required for the work. We also discuss differences in vicarious liability for the actions of employees versus independent contractors.
Cook County labor lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains the various situations in which you should consult your business attorney.
In this article, our Cook County employment attorneys explain the penalties that employers face if they fail to pay a terminated employee on the next payroll after termination. The Illinois Wage Payment and Collection Act that the employee will be entitled to the amount of past due wages, plus attorney fees and court costs and a statutory penalty that continues to accrue while wages remain unpaid.
Cook County employment attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the qualities to look for in your employment lawyer.
In this article, our Cook County labor lawyers explain workers' compensation law in Cook County. We discussed what types of injuries are covered by worker's compensation, how injuries must be reported, and how much to expect in payment based on the type of injury.