Co-defendants in case from 3-car I-88 wreck can't pull man back in who caused it while DUI, but settled
A man who caused a three-car crash while driving under the influence of cocaine on Interstate 88 near Naperville, and later settled with a woman severely injured in the crash, cannot be reintroduced into the woman’s lawsuit to diffuse responsibility from other defendants in ensuing litigation, a state appeals court has ruled, rejecting assertions the driver’s DUI conviction indicated his actions that caused the crash were intentional, rather than merely negligent.
A pair of former delivery drivers has filed a class action lawsuit against the trucking company that employed them and against Internet behemoth Amazon, the merchant whose cargo they were delivering and who they allege acted as their "joint employer," saying the companies wrongly didn't pay overtime, making them earn less than what state and federal law requires.
A federal judge has agreed to dismiss a lawsuit brought against the Chicago Public Schools by a school nursing contractor who accused the city’s school district of helping a competitor poach their employees after CPS awarded a new contract for its special needs school nursing services. But the judge left the door open for the plaintiffs to rewrite their complaint and resume their lawsuit, if they could.
Daimler lawsuit: IL board won't allow it to cut off dealership that admitted to hacking Daimler's system
Calling a state agency’s recent decision akin to “saying a criminal is innocent of burglary if he breaks into a house but does not succeed in stealing anything,” truck maker Daimler Trucks North America has asked a Cook County judge to determine the Illinois Motor Vehicle Review Board was wrong to determine Daimler was not justified in cutting off a dealership group which admitted to stealing information from Daimler to gain a competitive advantage over a rival Daimler dealer.