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A family is suing two Illinois law firms that they claim violated their rights by using an accident report to send them mailings offering assistance in bringing a lawsuit.
The nation’s oldest collegiate sports conference is calling foul on an online college lifestyle business.
Judge denies Ill. municipalities' request for a class in suit against travel websites over hotel taxes
A lawsuit filed by 14 Illinois municipalities against a group of online travel discount websites will not proceed as a class action as proposed, a federal judge held this month.
A Belizian company has filed a spate of lawsuits against American television networks and broadcast companies, as well as at least one internet startup.
Litigation over Yahoo! Inc.'s text messaging service will move forward after a federal judge denied the Internet giant's motion for summary judgment.
Call it a different kind of bar fight.A Lincoln Park bar is suing a relatively new bar a few miles away in Logan Square it claims is trying to subvert business through an allegedly deceptive marketing process.Crimson Lion Ltd., doing business as the Red Lion Pub, filed a trademark infringement lawsuit Nov. 26 in Chicago's federal court against The Red Lion Pub & Grill Inc. and its owner Miguel
The tab for liquor producers who allegedly make false claims about the nature of their product could jump up by at least $10 million.
ZimmermanEditor's note: This story has been updated to correct references to the defendant to Fifth Dimension. We previously listed the defendant as Fifth Generation, which is the maker of the vodka at issue, but the suit lists Fifth Dimension as the defendant.A Texas-based distillery is facing a lawsuit with the potential to cause it a more than $5 million hangover for using allegedly false claims
A partnership to start and manage a restaurant business in the suburbs turned rotten this summer, and now two former partners are suing for trademark infringement and at least $18,000 in wages.
Syl Johnson has taken on Will Smith, Tupac Shakur, Michael Jackson, the hip-hop group NWA, Jay-Z, and Kanye West in sample-based copyright disputes, and now he's taking aim at the maker of an athletic clothing line.
A man who spent more than 30 years behind bars for a crime he claims he didn't commit is back in court, but this time as the plaintiff.
In a lawsuit that reads like it could be a script for a workplace television drama, the founder of a scooter parts dealer accuses his former co-workers of using electronic surveillance, intimidation, back-stabbing and financial pressure to push him out of his company.