We are pleased to share a recent Law 360 article, “Ill. Venue Ruling Shows Value of Analyzing Remote Work,” with quotes from William Dugan. This article discusses the Illinois Supreme Court’s ruling in Tabirta v. Cummings, where the state high court ruled a defendant food manufacturer would have had to target an employee’s home office in Cook County, Illinois as a place to further the defendant’s business activities–as opposed to just allowing the employee to remotely work there–in order to subject the defendant to venue in Cook County.
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This article was originally published in Law 360.