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Jury: Bartlett nursing home staff failed to give woman anti-stroke drug, owes $4.1M for death

A Cook County jury has ordered a Bartlett nursing home to pay more than $4.1 million to the family of an 89-year-old woman who died four years after she suffered a stroke while in the home’s care, allegedly because staff at the nursing home did not give her a prescription blood thinner.

Eyedrop class action decertified; Posner: 'That a seller doesn’t sell product you want is not actionable’

U.S. Seventh Circuit appellate judges have vacated a class certification order a federal judge had entered on a claim that producers of glaucoma medicine purposely dispense excessive eye drops. 

Steele pleads guilty to conspiracy charges stemming from Prenda Law internet porn shakedowns

John L. Steele, an indicted Chicago lawyer who served as one of the principals at Prenda Law, has pleaded guilty to federal charges stemming from his role in an alleged shakedown scheme allegedly designed to entrap and extract millions of dollars in settlements from those accused of illegally downloading internet porn.

St. Clair Co. judge backs union, denies AG request to order state to stop paying workers amid impasse

St. Clair Co. judge denies AG Madigan's request to order state to stop paying workers amid impasse

Woman dismisses lawsuit vs eye doctor over alleged misconduct

A Chicago woman has dismissed her lawsuit against an ophthalmologist she had accused of misconduct.