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Class action: Uber owes for double charging drivers to use its Instant Pay feature to get paid

Jonathan Bilyk Dec. 22, 2016, 3:52pm

An Uber driver has dropped off a class action lawsuit against the ride-sharing giant, alleging Uber has taken double in fees what they said they would from drivers who use a new instant payment option to cash out the money they earn from the rides they provide.

Chicago pensioners will appeal to IL Supreme Court, demand city pay health benefits for life

Taryn Phaneuf Oct. 7, 2016, 6:10pm

CHICAGO — Pensioners who retired after working for the City of Chicago and are fighting to keep their health care benefits will appeal their case to the Illinois Supreme Court.

Insurer asks court to say it has no duty to defend crematorium at center of human body parts trafficking scheme

Jonathan Bilyk Oct. 16, 2015, 5:26pm

A Schiller Park crematorium and funeral home at the center of litigation over allegations that human bodies donated for medical research were sold for parts and their families deceived into believing their deceased relatives’ remains had instead been cremated may need to face the flurry of lawsuits without the aid of their insurer. On Oct. 14, New Hampshire-based Peerless Indemnity Insurance Company filed a complaint in Cook County Circuit Court, asking the judge to declare it has no duty to de