The dispute centers around Zellner's representation of Lathierial Boyd, a man whose conviction for murder was tossed out in 2013, in a civil rights suit Boyd brought against the Chicago Police for $20 million.
A three-judge panel of the U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected an effort by plaintiffs in an asbestos mesothelioma lawsuit to accelerate their case by using the federal courts to answer a legal question already posed in the state court hearing their personal injury case.
A federal judge has approved a consent decree ending years of contentious litigation between the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Dollar General concerning the EEOC’s regulatory action accusing the retailer of discriminatory hiring practices.
The University of Chicago has asked to be dismissed from a class action lawsuit accusing Google and the university's hospital of improperly sharing patient data, as the hospital asserted the plaintiffs haven't been able to demonstrate how the hospital harmed anyone.
A federal judge has rejected a railroad’s attempt to escape a class action lawsuit filed by a truck driver over the railroad's rules requiring drivers to scan handprints to verify their identity when entering secure rail yards.