Tueth Keeney Attorneys Join ROE 13 Presenting Administrator Academy #686

Tueth Keeney attorneys join Regional Office of Education #13 (“ROE 13”) presenting Administrator Academy #686: Legal Implications of the Use of Technology in the School District.  Merry Rhoades, Shane Jones, Adam Henningsen, and Elizabeth Kelly will discuss the legal implications related to the use of technology in schools by students and employees.  Topics to be
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Legal Presentations, Illinois Education Law, 2019, Adam C. Henningsen, Elizabeth J. Mooney, Merry Rhoades

Rob Jackstadt and Chad Watkins Win at the Appellate Court

Last month, the Fifth District Appellate Court of Illinois found in favor of the Village of Bethalto, as it affirmed the circuit court’s decision that plaintiff Cedarhurst of Bethalto Real Estate, LLC did not have standing to bring its complaint against the Village.  The appellate court held that Plaintiff could not bring any of its
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Firm Victories, Illinois Education Law, 2018, Robert L. Jackstadt

Tueth Keeney Has Been Named a Tier 1 Regional “Best Law Firm” in Four Practice Areas by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® in 2019

 Tueth Keeney Cooper Mohan & Jackstadt, PC has been recognized regionally as a “Best Law Firm” in St. Louis, by U.S. News – Best Lawyers®, for the ninth consecutive year.  The firm has received a First Tier ranking in Education Law, Employment Law – Management, Immigration Law, Litigation – Labor & Employment, as well as
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Firm Announcements, Honors and Awards, Missouri Education Law, Illinois Education Law, Higher Education Law, Labor and Employment, Immigration Law, Commercial Litigation, 2018

Tueth Keeney Recognized as Largest Labor and Employment Law Firm in St. Louis

Tueth Keeney is proud to be recognized as the largest labor and employment law firm in St. Louis, based on the number of local licensed labor/employment attorneys.  The St. Louis Business Journal research recently ranked all St Louis law firms by number of local licensed labor/employment attorneys in 2018, and Tueth Keeney came out on
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Firm Announcements, Missouri Education Law, Illinois Education Law, Higher Education Law, Labor and Employment, Immigration Law, 2018

Rob Jackstadt and Chad Watkins Succeed in Reversing Regional Board of School Trustees’ Decision

On June 11, 2018, the Williamson County Circuit Court reversed a decision by the Regional Board of School Trustees of Franklin-Johnson-Massac-Williamson Counties that authorized a property detachment from a client district. On the strength of briefs written by Rob Jackstadt and Chad Watkins and Jackstadt’s oral argument, the Court reversed the Board of Trustees’ decision
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Firm Victories, Illinois Education Law, 2018, Robert L. Jackstadt

Tueth Keeney Cooper Mohan & Jackstadt P.C. ranked in 2018 “Best Law Firms”

U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers, for the eighth consecutive year, announce the “Best Law Firms” rankings. Tueth Keeney Cooper Mohan & Jackstadt P.C. has been ranked in the 2018 U.S. News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms” list regionally in 5 practice areas. Firms included in the 2018 “Best Law Firms” list
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Firm Announcements, Honors and Awards, Uncategorized, Missouri Education Law, Illinois Education Law, Higher Education Law, Labor and Employment, Immigration Law, Commercial Litigation, 2017

Tueth Keeney Attorneys partner with ROEs to Present Webinar on School Funding Reform Bill

Beginning September 19, 2017 Teach Illinois will release a series of webinars featuring six Tueth Keeney attorneys unpacking and working through the landmark school funding reform bill that became law in Illinois on August 31, 2017. This new law, SB 1947, not only reforms the school funding formula, but it also revises many provisions in
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Legal Presentations, Illinois Education Law, 2017, Laura E. Hemmer, Merry Rhoades, Robert L. Jackstadt

Merry Rhoades Presents Webinar for Teach Illinois on Restorative Justice and SB100

Tueth Keeney attorney Merry Rhoades presented a webinar for Teach Illinois on March 28, 2017.  Merry spoke on the subject of Restorative Justice in Illinois School law, including the significant revisions to student discipline procedures imposed by Senate Bill 100.  SB100 implements principles of restorative justice, and requires schools to use restorative practices rather than
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Legal Presentations, Illinois Education Law, Merry Rhoades

Ian Cooper Speaks at the Illinois Council of School Attorneys’ 30th Annual Seminar on School Law

Ian Cooper was recently a featured speaker at the Illinois Council of School Attorneys’ 30th Annual Seminar on School Law in Chicago, Illinois. Ian presented on “Practical and Ethical Considerations in Practicing Before the US Supreme Court and the Illinois Supreme Court.” Ian P. Cooper serves clients in employment, higher education, commercial, and tort matters.
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Illinois Education Law, Higher Education Law, Ian P. Cooper

Rob Jackstadt Presents at the 2016 Regional Conferences in Decatur and Mt. Vernon

On October 26-27, 2016, Rob Jackstadt presented at the 2016 Regional Conferences in Decatur and Mt. Vernon Illinois sponsored by the Illinois Association of School Business Officials (IASBo) and the Illinois Association of School Personnel Association (”IASPA). Rob gave a presentation entitled “The Construction Process: Reducing Defects”. Robert L. Jackstadt practices in the areas of
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Legal Presentations, Illinois Education Law, Construction and Real Estate Law, 2016, Robert L. Jackstadt