Recent News About Quarles and Brady LLP
The American Civil Liberties Union of Illinois is suing the Chicago Police Department and the city of Chicago, citing an alleged breach of its duty to release requested records.
Landlord can't sue Peoples Gas over tenant billing practices because fight belongs before ICC: Appeals court
A state appeals court has ruled a landlord can't sue Peoples Gas over its tenant billing practices because the dispute doesn’t belong in court, but rather before the state commission that oversees public utilities.
Mattress company Serta Simmons Bedding LLC has asked a judge to put to sleep an ad campaign from furniture retailer, Bob’s Discount Furniture, in which Simmons alleges Bob's used a comparison of one of its mattresses to one of Simmons’ patented mattresses to mislead consumers to believe Bob’s offers the same mattress for a much lower price.
Appeals court: EEOC can keep investigating Union Pacific even after specific discrimination case tossed
Federal employment discrimination regulators are not limited to pursuing their own discrimination investigations against employers, even after a case under which the agency launched an investigation is dismissed, a federal appeals court has ruled.
Lawsuit: Quarles & Brady concealed key info in bad loan deal for Gammonley River North condo project
The parent company of a Downers Grove-based plastics manufacturer has sued its former attorneys, claiming they potentially owe millions of dollars for allegedly helping a financially-troubled Chicago condo development group conceal other loan defaults to secure a $4.3 million loan to get the money they needed to build a River North condo project.