PJM – Attorney
- IIT, Chicago-Kent College of Law, J.D., 2008 (Labor and Employment Certificate)
- University of Michigan, B.A., 1998 (Psychology and Communications Studies)
- State of Illinois
- Illinois Public Employer Labor Relations Association
- Junior Women’s Charity
Deanna Rosenbaum Hall concentrates her practice in both labor and employment law for public and private sector employers. Deanna advises clients in negotiations of collective bargaining agreements, grievance arbitrations, and unfair labor practice proceedings. She has successfully defended employers in interest arbitration, employee discipline and termination before commissions and in arbitration, and management rights in grievance processing.
Deanna has represented numerous employers in discrimination cases before the Illinois Department of Human Rights, the Illinois Human Rights Commission, and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Much of her practice is focused on working with clients on day-to-day employment law matters, including contract interpretation, Family Medical Leave Act requirements, employee compensation and working hours requirements under both state and Federal law, advising employers on hiring and termination procedures, and drafting and review of employee handbooks and guidelines.
Prior to joining Peterson Johnson & Murray, Deanna was an Administrative Law Judge with the Illinois Labor Relations Board. She has experience investigating and adjudicating unfair labor practice allegations, handling union certification petitions, and issuing recommended decisions and orders.