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The Tucker Firm represented the former CEO of an international automotive parts manufacturer to prohibit the manufacturer from reducing the CEO’s severance pay for the fees he received for serving on the boards of directors of other major companies. Employing our targeted approach to litigation, we filed a Complaint in court proving the merits of the CEO’s claims. We then immediately filed a motion for summary judgment to seek a judgment in the CEO’s favor without further proceedings. The opposition was unsuccessful at countering the motion.
In another matter, The Tucker Firm represented a construction company against claims filed by an employee with the Illinois Department of Labor alleging that the company failed to pay the employee wages. The Firm also represented the construction company against claims by the Illinois Department of Employment Security that the construction company failed to pay unemployment insurance tax on certain types of personnel. The Firm successfully resolved both claims on very favorable terms.

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The Tucker Firm represents employers and executives in cases relating to their employer-employee relationships.



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