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Ann Lousin discusses the protesting of Illinois’ stay-at-home order and whether they have a case.
American Bar Association president Judy Perry Martinez tells us what people got right and what they got wrong in their ABA 2020 Survey of Civic Literacy.
Attorney Meg Kurlinski discusses states’ reopening of businesses and the potential legal issues employers could face as employees return to work.
Amy Campanelli talks about the constitutional issues and the impact on the rights of the accused as criminal courts adapt to the logistical challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Maurice Possley talks about his investigation, his writing partnership with Michael Segal, some of the more surprising turns his research took, and how Chicago city politics impacted the case.
A lot has changed since the middle of March.
Lewis Brisbois partner Michael J. Grace explains the CARES Act provisions for stimulus payments and unemployment benefits