Lori has been an employment lawyer since 1984. She represents employers and employees on a wide range of workplace issues, including discrimination and sexual harassment, management training, employment practice audits, wage-hour issues, worker classification, reductions-in-force, hiring and firing, and severance and employment agreements. Lori regularly presents and writes on employment topics, and handles claims before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Department of Labor, and other administrative agencies. Lori believes in providing personal service to clients efficiently and economically, working to resolve legal workplace issues so that clients can focus on their work.
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Client Bulletins June, July, August 2014, 3-part series on the new medical marijuana law in Illinois and its impact on workers and employers. clientbulletinjune2014 clientbulletinjuly2014 clientbulletinaugust2014
Client Bulletin Winter 2014, featuring Obamacare, vocal college athletes, and older workers – the economic impact on employers and employees. clientbulletinwinter2014
Legal Lessons for Employment Transitions, Chicago Daily Law Bulletin September 2013
Exit Interviews, Chicago Daily Law Bulletin August 2013
Sex, Drugs and Guns: What’s New in the Workplace? Employers and workers are adapting to significant changes this fall. The Supreme Court’s summer landmark rulings on same-sex marriage and the related patchwork of state laws provide much excitement as well as unanswered questions. Employees face new challenges pursuing claims for supervisor harassment and for retaliation. Illinois got into the act with new protections for employees, presenting a myriad of issues for workers and employers on 3 fronts: noncompete and other post-employment restrictions, guns, and medical marijuana. clientbulletinfall2013final
CLIENT BULLETIN Summer 2013
Summertime: Internships and Company Social Events Internships, paid and unpaid, are subject to legal requirements that employers and interns should note. Legal compliance and liability issues also arise with firm parties and recreational events. Check out the Summer Bulletin for details. clientbulletinsummer2013
EXIT INTERVIEWS: Please check out this new article I wrote for North Shore LAW website, and check out our website! http://northshorelaw.org/news/employee-exit-interviews
I am proud to be involved with some wonderful organizations. The Law Office of Lori A. Goldstein LLC is proud to be listed on JJ’s List as a business committed to disability awareness in customer service and the workplace.
Career Resource Center: I volunteer as a Board member (and recently elected Secretary) for the Career Resource Center of Lake County (CRC), a non-profit re-employment service that has assisted more than 11,000 individuals in its 20+-year history. Supported by donors and volunteers, CRC empowers job seekers through education, training, and mentoring. Visit www.careerresourcecenter.org for details on membership, volunteer and donor opportunities.
North Shore LAW is an association of highly experienced women lawyers with local practices serving clients throughout the Chicago area. Not a law firm, North Shore LAW is a network of legal professionals whose practices cover nearly all areas of law. We offer a free initial consultation in person or by phone. Visit us online at http://northshorelaw.org.
I am also happy to be a contributor of employment law articles to the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.
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