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Law firm files class action suit over unsolicited credit card


Insurance company asks judge to decide its duty in $1M personal injury suit


Fired restaurant server files discrimination suit against steakhouse

A 55-year-old restaurant server has filed a lawsuit against a Chicago steakhouse over allegations of age discrimination.

Panel overturns $1M verdict in favor of defendants in wrongful death suit


Woman files class action suit against Victoria's Secret over texts

A Chicago woman has filed a class action lawsuit against Victoria’s Secret that alleges the lingerie giant sent several unsolicited and automated text messages to thousands of customers.

ARDC lodges eight-count complaint against Forest Park attorney

The Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission has accused a Chicago area lawyer of charging several clients fees, but not properly representing them.

NBA, MLB and NHL file trademark infringement suit over counterfeit goods

­The National Basketball Association, Major League Baseball and National Hockey League have filed a joint suit against a counterfeiting collective that has allegedly sold knockoff jerseys and caps online to Illinois customers.

Dying prisoner files federal lawsuit seeking release


Three former employees sue Rockford Career College for age discrimination


Former probation officer sues Kane County court system for discrimination

A 46-year-old black man is suing the Kane County Court Services and the 16th Judicial Circuit for race and age discrimination, claiming younger, less-experienced white men were promoted over him.

Dr. Dre's headphone company sues over trademark infringement


Coach files federal suit against unknown members of alleged counterfeiting ring

Luxury leather products company Coach Inc. has filed a federal lawsuit accusing members of an alleged foreign counterfeiting ring of selling fake goods online to Illinois residents.

Medical resident sues over alleged wrongful termination

A former orthopedic medical resident has sued Loyola University Medical Center and five of its doctors, claiming they illegally terminated him and sabotaged his efforts to get another residency spot.

Insurance company claims it doesn't have duty to defend police officers

An insurance company has asked a federal court to decide whether it has to pay for the defense of former police officers being sued by five men wrongfully convicted of the  rape and murder of a 14-year-old girl.

Split panel of ARDC Review Board recommends suspension for lawyer with drug conviction

The Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission (ARDC) has recommended a four-year suspension for an attorney convicted of conspiracy with the intent to distribute 1,000 kilograms or more of marijuana.

Police officer sues park district over slip and fall incident

A Chicago police officer is suing the park district for more than $3 million after a slip and fall incident at Ping Tom Park.

Appellate court: bar manager had no duty to warn patron of threat


DeKalb bar owners face suit over alleged copyright infringement