An Arab American former DePaul University instructor suing the university alleging he was harmed during investigation of a student's sexual assault claims may continue racial discrimination portions of his case after most of it was dismissed.
A state appeals panel has ruled a Cook County judge "abused (her) discretion" in agreeing to take another look at whether a lawsuit against a health care facility in downstate Sycamore belongs in Cook County court.
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) – With possible shortages looming amid debate over environmental impacts of ethylene oxide, a gas used to sterilize billions of medical devices each year, an industry advocate is advocating a more reasoned view of how the gas is used.
A Chicago-area livery company's insurer must defend that company in a personal injury case brought by a blind man after a driver allegedly caused him to walk into a cement pillar outside a hospital, a state appeals court has ruled.
Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiary, Ethicon, have settled actions brought by Illinois and 41 states and the District of Columbia over its marketing practices for its transvaginal surgical mesh products.
Non-traditional bargaining points, including "common good" affordable housing and other social justice demands are among the sticking points keeping City Hall and Chicago Teachers Union from a strike-ending deal. But the city and others question whether contract talks are the place to deal with such political questions.
A state court in North Carolina has struck down a gerrymandered legislative district map, becomign the second state whose courts have used a provision also found in Illinois' state constitution to invalidate a district map favoring Republicans.
A Downers Grove storage and van company will not be allowed to keep its sign painted across the length of its building, a federal court affirmed Sept. 24 in finding a village sign ordinance does not violate the First Amendment.
A state appellate court has affirmed dismissal of a couples' case against a Florida-based vacation resort over concerns their timeshare agreement would be binding on their children in the event the couple died.
McDonald’s has yet to respond to a putative class action antitrust lawsuit filed in federal court earlier this month by a former longtime employee alleging illegal hiring practices and anti-competitive practices.
A Hancock County, Ind., woman, whose farm family sued after the U.S. Department of Agriculture denied them benefits over removal of nine trees from their property decades ago, scored a victory in the long-running wetlands case with a federal appeals court's recent scathing ruling.
A Texas-based insurance company is on the hook for all four walls of buildings owned by a west suburban Naperville condominium association, not just portions of walls that were damaged in a 2014 storm, a federal court has affirmed.
A federal appeals panel has rejected a claim from a Cook County Sheriff's Officer correctional officer that a drawn-out termination process that has followed his suspension almost eight years ago following a DUI arrest did not violate his constitutional rights.