Judge: Bail payment processing service not illegal, but some counts in class action over unrefunded fees can proceed
A Chicago federal judge has dismissed two of five counts contained in a class action complaint alleging a bail and bond payment processing company broke Illinois law by not refunding an 8 percent fee to a Watseka man, who had posted bail for traffic charges that were eventually dropped.
Judge tosses antitrust complaints vs. radiological drug company, others accused of rigging Cook County hospital bids
Nuclear pharmaceuticals company Triad Isotopes and a group of related defendants, who are being sued in federal court over claims they rigged bids to secure Cook County drug contracts, have succeeded in persuading a judge to dismiss three of seven counts against them.
Judge delivers wins to both sides in former Ditto Trade CEO Simons' battle vs. online brokerage over dismissal, defamation
A former chief executive officer of Chicago-based social brokerage firm Ditto Trade has secured a victory – mostly –over claims made against him in an ongoing legal battle with his former employers, who have alleged the former CEO worked to “undermine” the company after he was fired just nine months into his tenure.
A Glenview-based developer's lawsuit against PNC Bank - in which he claimed the bank didn’t play fair, costing him millions of dollars, forcing him into bankruptcy and causing the loss of a property slated for condominiums on Chicago's North Side - has been dismissed.
A Markham church has claimed Markham city officials violated a number of laws, including the church's right to the exercise of religion, when they denied the church's request for a special use permit to operate a church in a residential area. City officials, in response, have moved to have the case handled in federal court, rather than in Cook County’s circuit courtrooms.