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Judge: Lawsuit OK to claim City Hall illegally took property rights when rezoned Pittsfield tower, scrapped permit

By Jonathan Bilyk | Mar 15, 2019

A Chicago federal judge has given the green light to a lawsuit against the city of Chicago brought by a group that had sought to redevelop a skyscraper in Chicago’s Loop, saying the city must pay for allowing an alderman to change the zoning on the building after the city had issued the building permit, demolishing their plans and the building’s profitability in the process.

Woman claims she was harassed, discriminated against while working for University Park, then fired

By Louie Torres | Apr 20, 2017

A former HR manager is suing Village of University Park Illinois, citing alleged discrimination, retaliation and wrongful termination.

IL Supreme Court bars ex-Cook law clerk accused of impersonating judge from becoming real judge

By Jonathan Bilyk | Nov 1, 2016

The Illinois Supreme Court will not allow a law clerk accused of impersonating a judge and presiding over cases in a Cook County courtroom to take the judicial oath of office, should she win election to the bench in the Cook County Circuit Court this month, pending the outcome of a state disciplinary investigation into her alleged misconduct.

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