Author Jeyser Claudio

New Social Media Guidance from the Supremes!

The U.S. Supreme Court recently issued opinions in two cases involving First Amendment challenges to social media activity – Lindke v. Freed and O’Connor-Ratcliff v. Garnier. In Lindke, the City Manager of Port Huron, Michigan had a personal Facebook profile…. Continue Reading →

Mayor is Not a “Public Body” Under FOIA

In 2022, an inmate sent a letter to the mayor of Taylorville, IL complaining about the City attorney and other matters. The letter also included a FOIA request for a copy of the letter. The City’s FOIA officer denied the… Continue Reading →

New Reporting Requirements Under Unemployment Insurance Act

The Unemployment Insurance Act (“Act”) requires all Illinois employers to file a report with the Illinois Department of Employment Security (“IDES”) containing certain information about “newly hired employees.” The definition of “newly hired employees” was amended by Public Act 103-0343,… Continue Reading →

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