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Whether buyer knows it or not, landmark designation not insurable home title encumbrance, court says

Dan Churney Dec. 21, 2015, 9:28am

The First District Illinois Appellate Court in Chicago slammed the door on a South Side homeowner’s claim, which blamed prior owners for not disclosing that the 99-year-old house’s title is burdened by landmark designation and demanded her title insurer compensate her for the oversight. The appellate court’s decision was rendered Dec. 14.

Prior class action settlements doom fresh class action attempt vs maker of Oscillo

Dana Herra Nov. 16, 2015, 9:58pm

A federal judge has denied class certification in a lawsuit against the maker of a homeopathic flu remedy, but is permitting the man who filed the suit to proceed with his claim for individual relief. Plaintiff Chad Conrad sued Boiron Inc. and Boiron USA Inc., manufacturer of a homeopathic remedy called Oscillococcinum, sold under the name Oscillo.