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Judge: Illinois condo law not meant to control 'reasonable' fees for electronic condo sale documents
A Chicago federal judge has tossed a putative class action lawsuit by a trio of onetime suburban condominium owners, who alleged they paid excessive fees for state-required documents when they sold their units, saying Illinois condo laws are not meant to control fees.
Plaintiff: Baking company Aryzta owes dough for clunky fight over locale for lawsuit over worker fingerprints
The plaintiff in a putative class action suit accusing the bakery company which puts out the Otis Spunkmeyer and La Brea Bakery brands of violating an Illinois biometric privacy law by not telling workers how their fingerprints were handled, is now claiming the company is refusing to pay a portion of the plaintiff's legal costs, as ordered by a federal judge.
A former server has filed a class action lawsuit against EDLS Inc., which does business as Tasty Waffle, and Lefteris Elefterdiadis, alleging unpaid wages, violation of applicable minimum wage law and violation of Workers' Compensation acts
A driver’s class action complaint, accusing a taxi dispatcher of not paying him and other drivers like him overtime and wrongly deducting from their pay, will be allowed to proceed after a federal judge refused to fully dismiss the action.
A former employee is suing Weber Marking Systems Inc. and Weber Packaging Solutions Inc. for alleged discrimination and retaliation after his employment was terminated for purportedly refusing to fire employees based on their age.