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RDM has decades of experience representing businesses, insurers, and professionals from a broad spectrum of industries. Keep reading to learn what makes us stand out from other firms or get in touch with us today.

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Dedication.

With RDM, you’re not just another client on the roster. We represent you with unmatched attention to detail, focus, and precision from start to finish.

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Founded in 1996.

Our attorneys have decades of combined litigation experience, and our unique, in-depth approach delivers results for our clients.

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Flexibility.

Whether you’ve just started to seek counsel or your trial is quickly approaching, we’ve got the people, skills, and ability to help you at any stage of your case.

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We know your business.

Our industry knowledge is second to none. RDM has deep, technical understanding of the industries we serve, and we bring that knowledge to bear in everything we do.

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Value.

RDM delivers outstanding service and nationwide coverage at Midwestern rates that the big firms can’t compete with.

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We are trial counsel.

RDM brings dedication, flexibility, and value to every client we serve and every case we take on. Let us show you what we can do.

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A fingerprint being scanned for security. Illinois' Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA) regulates the collection and usage of biometric data by private entities.

The Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act

The Illinois Supreme Court has answered a long-awaited question regarding the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA) and its interaction with the state’s workers compensation statute. In McDonald v. Symphony Bronzeville Park, LLC, the Supreme Court addressed a certified question from the Court of Appeals to determine whether the Worker’s Compensation exclusivity provisions bar an employee’s claims filed under BIPA. The Court distinguished those workplace injuries suffered that were subject to the exclusivity provision, reasoning that a BIPA violation “is not the type of injury that categorically fits within the purview of the Compensation Act and is thus not compensable under the Compensation Act.”

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RDM handles employment and labor law cases, including compliance with ADA regulations.

Employer Compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act

On July 26th, 1990, one of the most transformative pieces of civil rights legislation was passed into law: the Americans with Disabilities Act, otherwise known as the ADA. The ADA was created to prohibit discrimination against individuals with disabilities in all areas of public life, including jobs, schools, transportation, and all other public and private areas opened to the public. Today many of us can see the effects of the ADA just by walking into a building or riding public transportation.

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