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Facebook: Just because IL residents use Facebook, doesn't mean Cook County can sue Facebook in IL

By Jonathan Bilyk | Apr 25, 2019

Saying to allow the legal action to continue would effectively allow internet companies to be sued virtually everywhere, at any time, Facebook has asked a Cook County judge to dismiss or at least place on hold a lawsuit brought by Cook County’s state’s attorney over claims the social media giant allowed user data to be mined by another firm to aid President Donald Trump’s 2016 election campaign.

Worker time clock maker Kronos: 'Mega' class action attempt 'epitome of gamesmanship, disregard for fair process'

By Jonathan Bilyk | Apr 16, 2019

A company that provides the high-tech employee timekeeping devices used by many companies targeted in class action lawsuits under an Illinois privacy law has asked a Chicago federal judge to end a sprawling class action filed against it under the same law.

Judge allows discrimination lawsuit vs Pritzker campaign, defamation claim vs Stratton, to continue

By Scott Holland | Apr 8, 2019

A lawsuit which accuses the campaign of Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker of racial discrimination, and accuses Lt. Gov. Juliana Stratton of defamation, can continue, a Chicago federal judge has ruled.

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