Supreme Court & Workers Rights; Mental Illness Comedy & Start-Up Kid

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The U.S. Supreme Court, in a 5-4 ruling Monday, sided with employers who want to force disputes with workers to case-by-case arbitration instead of allowing them to band together in class-action lawsuits. Millions of employees will be affected. We'll discuss the broad implications with local employment lawyers on The Sound of Ideas. Then, a local woman combating mental illness with healing laughter. And, we'll meet a young chef entrepreneur. 



Mental Illness and Friends! Turns One

Wednesday, May 23rd at 7:00PM
Bar Louie W. 6

Tickets are $9 online and $10 at the door, cash only.


Crazy Comforts


-Jason Bristol, Employment Lawyer, Cohen, Rosenthal & Kramer 

-Pat Peters, Principal Attorney, Jackson Lewis PC

-Deena Nyer Mendlowitz, Host, Mental Illness & Friends

-Dionne D. Atchison, Local Comedian & Manager, Susy’s Soup and Deli 

-Jonathan Gardner, Head Chef and CEO of Crazy Comforts & Senior, Jane Addams Business Careers Center

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