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Atty Gen declares city workers' emails, texts to be public info, but raises more legal questions

Karen Kidd Aug. 22, 2016, 10:08pm

CHICAGO – The state attorney general's recent binding opinion that Chicago public employees' personal electronic messages may be public records brings up as many questions as it tries to answer, a local government law attorney said during an interview.

Judge tosses bulk of ex-Horizon Farms owner's false arrest lawsuit vs Cook Forest Preserve, Holland & Knight

Jonathan Bilyk Feb. 16, 2016, 3:56pm

A woman embroiled in a years-long legal fight with the Cook County Forest Preserve District over the fate of a Barrington Hills horse farm she once owned has won the right – barely – to proceed with her lawsuit against the Forest Preserve District over the treatment she received when she was arrested in 2014 on a charge of trespassing as she purportedly attempted to care for horses still on the property.

Non-profit housing group sues architecture firm over flooring

Annie Cosby Jan. 31, 2014, 8:15am


First District dismisses legal malpractice suit over failed retail development project

Jonathan Bilyk Sep. 9, 2013, 11:24am