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A group of Illinois religious colleges is beseeching a higher power for the right to offer accredited degrees.
A Hoffman Estates sporting goods store will not have to defend itself against an employee's allegations that management allowed things to get too physical on the job.
A group of senior citizens has filed a class action lawsuit that alleges they were overcharged for Metra tickets and passes in the wake of fare changes.
A federal judge has dismissed a few counts and let several others stand in a lawsuit a man who spent 21 years in prison for a double murder he did not commit brought against the City of Chicago and a group of police officers and prosecutors.Deon Patrick was one of several men arrested in connection with the Nov. 16, 1992 murders of Jeffery Lassiter and Sharon Haugabook and in 1993, was convicted of
The dispute over the future location of the planned George Lucas Museum of Narrative Art continued this month, as the Chicago Park District and the City of Chicago separately moved to dismiss the lawsuit that seeks to prevent the museum from breaking ground in city's Museum Campus area.
U.S. Soccer Federation sues players association over arbitration award requiring advanced approval of promotional ads
The United States’ national soccer organization has entered a legal shootout with its players' association over when it has the right to use images and likenesses of players.
TinderThe City of Chicago does not have to pay an attorney's fee award for a police officer who was sued by a man allegedly injured while detained in handcuffed, a federal appeals panel held this month.The ruling reverses U.S. District Judge Elaine E. Bucklo's determination that the city was liable for the fees awarded against its officer under the Illinois Local Governmental and Governmental Employees
A federal judge late last month refused to certify a class for those aggrieved by agave.
Judge denies Scottish artist's request to toss suit stemming from attempted sale of painting he claims isn't his
The painting at the crux of the suit
A dispute over the true birthplace of an Iowa whiskey brand could move to federal court, even as the truth about where that brand is actually produced has rye connoisseurs doing a spit-take.
An area packaging company has filed a federal lawsuit against Frito-Lay, accusing it of stealing a design for promotional boxes of chips torn open by video gamers across the country last year.
One of the country’s loudest and most patriotic brands faces a possible class action suit over allegations that its motorcycles can’t hold their coolant.Robert Okon of Bloomingdale filed suit against Harley-Davidson Inc. late last month in Chicago's federal court and asked a judge to certify a class to take on the Wisconsin-based motorcycle manufacturer and symbol of American ingenuity.Okon bought