D. Shane Jones & IASB Explore the Practical Implications of the Recent Janus Decision on Union Dues and Fair Share

Sep 12, 2018

Tueth Keeney attorney, D. Shane Jones in conjunction with Illinois Association of School Boards (IASB) will explore the practical implications of the recent Janus decision, in a free webinar on September 20th.   Find out more, and register at IASB.com http://bit.ly/2p1HV7y.

The Illinois Association of School Boards is a voluntary organization of local boards of education dedicated to strengthening the public schools through local citizen control.   Although not a part of state government, IASB is organized by member school boards as a private not-for-profit corporation under authority granted by Article 23 of The Illinois School Code.

The vision of the Illinois Association of School Boards is excellence in local school governance supporting quality public education.   You can find out more about IASB and its purpose, benefits and services by visiting their website at https://www.iasb.com.

Shane Jones practices in the areas of labor & employment law, education law, and higher education in Missouri and Illinois. Shane routinely advises and represents employers in all aspects of employment labor law, including wage and hour matters, the design and review of employee handbooks, drafting and enforcing no compete agreements, and investigating, disciplining and terminating employees.   He has also successfully defended employers against discrimination claims, First Amendment claims, Due Process claims, and other Labor and Employment actions in state and federal courts.

Illinois Education – Tueth Keeney is proud to be one of the state’s largest Illinois education law practices.   The firm has one of the most experienced groups of attorneys in Central and Southern Illinois dedicated to serving public schools.   We regularly represent nearly 150 public school districts, including many districts in Central and Southern Illinois. Our Firm is also regularly appointed by insurers of educational institutions to represent districts in complex or difficult cases involving school or civil rights laws.