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Jonathan R. Ksiazek is a highly successful trial lawyer who represents employees and employers in employment litigation. Jonathan represents clients in claims involving discrimination based on disability, race, gender, age or sexual orientation brought under Title VII and the Illinois Human Rights Act, as well as matters involving unpaid wages and trade secrets. Jonathan has also successfully represented clients who have been terminated because they complained of illegal discrimination, union members, and public sector employees who have been removed from their position for political reasons.
Jonathan truly enjoys helping his clients, and it is his passion for helping others that brought him to the legal profession. He is a skilled and effective litigator who makes all efforts to obtain the most favorable results for his clients. While Jonathan develops each facet of his clients’ cases with the intent to proceed to trial, his thorough investigation and research allows him to negotiate favorable settlements for his clients at all stages of litigation in both state and federal court. Jonathan has achieved outstanding results for his clients in both settlement and trial. Jonathan has acted as first or second chair in twenty-five trials during his career. He has also personally briefed and argued cases before the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
- Amendments to the Chicago Human Rights Ordinance Impose New Requirements on all Chicago Employers
- New Illinois Law Changes the Restrictive Covenant Landscape
- Illinois Set to Enact New Limitations on Criminal History Consideration for Employment Decisions and Equal Pay Requirements
- The Future of Work from Home Accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act