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Great conversation with a Keller Williams broker tonight who is committed to serving her client. Call was at 8:30 pm and she was excite to talk to the lawyer on file. Stephanie Clausen, your commitment to the client is awesome.
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The firm is honored to have Social Impostor as a client.  Social Impostor is an innovative firm that protects your social media image and its founder, Kevin Long, is quoted in today's WSJ.
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Informative article in the WSJ about the clear split in the housing market, with less expensive homes moving quickly--near the pre-recession height--but with more expensive homes stagnating.
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The Police Executive Research Forum released its after-incident report on the Baltimore riots.

First, it must be stressed, the report finds “The courage under pressure of countless B.P.D. officers should not be lost amid the critiques found in this assessment,” the reviewers wrote. “Members of the department were asked to do a very difficult job under stressful circumstances with little rest between work assignments, and they performed admirably.”

Second, it highlights the lack of preparedness in Baltimore, and by extension probably any given city in the U.S.

Third, it highlighted a failure to train.

Hopefully, in the aftermath, all three of the foregoing will be used for training purposes.
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The list of EEOC priorities for enforcement in 2016, compliments of The Employer Handbook blog.

If you click through the link below, you will see the EEOC's heightened enforcement on "systemic harassment" as a priority for 2016. Systemic harassment, according to the EEOC is, a pattern or practice of discrimination in the workplace, private or public, based on the sex, gender, or ethnicity.
The Employer Handbook Blog
The Employer Handbook Blog
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In the same week the University of Illinois bought out former athletic director Mike Davis' contract for $2.5M, it spent $600K to settle an employment law/breach of contract claim that should have been avoided.  It was clear the day the university terminated Salita he would be paid, the only question was how much?

As a lawyer, I find the Salita matter incomprehensible from the university's position.  He had a contract and his tweets, whether you found them offensive or not, clearly did not rise to the level of "cause." In reliance upon the U of I contract, he left his other employment.

As an Illinois taxpayer, I find the continued revolving door of staff and money following those staff member out the door both wasteful and leaving me questioning the judgment of the Board of Trustees. 
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Fall back tonight and enjoy the extra hour of sleep! Don’t let too many goblins and ghouls get you, either! Happy Halloween!
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