Cook County’s chief judge has extended the COVID-induced shutdown of nearly all county court proceedings until mid-May, at the earliest, and this time will close some courthouses, while also requiring virtually all remaning activity to be conducted by videoconference.
By Jim Tobin, Taxpayers United of America |
16 hours ago
Governor Pritzker is killing the Illinois economy. On March 25, Pritzker announced he was considering extending the statewide lockdown, and the continued closure of all businesses he deemed non-essential.
Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard attorneys Patrick A. Salvi II, Thomas R. Mulroy III and Aaron D. Boeder obtained a $5 million settlement on behalf of a young woman who suffered a brain injury after a medical error following a relatively minor car crash.
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