GriffinA Schaumburg-based IT contractor is suing a law firm over claims it has refused to pay almost $300,000 for an information technology project the contractor completed on an expedited basis over the holidays.IncWorx Consulting brought its action March 19 in Chicago's federal court against Polsinelli, a law firm headquartered in Kansas City, Mo., with offices in Chicago, St. Louis, New York, Los
A New York-based insurance company has asked a federal judge to declare it has no duty to represent an Elmhurst lawyer facing a malpractice suit alleging he failed to properly represent the former owners of a Calumet City car dealership while they sold the business, potentially leaving them on the hook for a $746,000 payment to a union pension fund.
Coca-Cola could be forced to defend some of its efforts to market its namesake product, after a suburban Cook County man filed a class action lawsuit accusing America’s largest beverage company of falsely touting its popular cola as being free of artificial flavors or preservatives “since 1886.”On March 18, attorneys Shannon M. McNulty and Robert A. Clifford of Clifford Law Offices in Chicago brought
A Missouri-based media strategies firm has brought a federal trademark infringement suit against a competitor it claims intentionally rebranded itself with a name similar enough to use its good name to drum up business from potentially confused clients. On March 17, True Media LLC of Columbia Mo. filed a six-count infringement suit in Chicago's federal court against its Los Angeles-based competitor,
ZellnerA man who spent 17 years in prison for a murder he did not commit is suing a group of Chicago police officers he claims framed him for the crime.Alprentiss Nash filed suit March 3 in Chicago's federal court against the City of Chicago and eight of its police officers – Michael Baker, David Fidyk, John Ford, Joel Howard, George Karl, Thaddeus Macudzinski, John Solecki and Neil Spencer – alleging