Does IL workers' comp law trump biometrics class actions over fingerprint scans? Appeals court poised to answer
Employers across state watching to see if courts will award relief from 'massive, potentially ruinous' class action lawsuits over technical violations of the IL BIPA law, in which no one was actually harmed.
Judge says Chicago's Millennium Park speech rules 'chilled' First Amendment-protected religious speech, petition passing rights
“If nothing else at all, the First Amendment protects religious speech and the freedom to petition,” the judge wrote, granting injunction asked by Wheaton students, petition passers
Former officer allowed to continue with allegations of improper retaliation