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820 ILCS 275/25

    (820 ILCS 275/25)
    Sec. 25. Remedies. Employer remedies under this Act are limited to a workplace protection restraining order. Nothing in this Act, however, waives, reduces, or diminishes any other civil or criminal remedy available to an employer. A workplace protection restraining order issued by the court may:
        (1) Prohibit the respondent's unlawful violence in
the workplace, including ordering the respondent to stay away from the workplace. When the respondent is employed at the workplace location, the court, when issuing a workplace protection restraining order, shall consider the severity of the act and any continuing physical danger or emotional distress to any employee in the workplace.
        (2) Upon notice to the respondent, order the
respondent to pay the petitioner for property losses suffered as a direct result of the actions of the respondent. Such losses include, but are not limited to, repair or replacement of property damaged or taken, reasonable attorney's fees, and court costs to recover the property losses.
    The remedies provided in this Section are in addition to other civil or criminal remedies available to the employer.
(Source: P.A. 98-430, eff. 1-1-14; 98-766, eff. 7-16-14.)