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Judge says won't let opioid defendants use slow federal process to 'avoid litigating' opioid claims in IL court
The Illinois Public Risk Fund, an organization which helps Illinois local governments pool their workers' compensation insurance, and its lawyers from Edelson P.C., has won the chance to sidestep the federal courts’ “black hole” as it pursues its own legal claims against the makers and distributors of so-called opioid painkillers.
Google and the University of Chicago Medical Center are facing a class action lawsuit accusing the hospital of violating federal privacy law by sharing patient health records with Google, which the internet giant allegedly used to create its own electronic health record management system.
Lawyers for the village of Melrose Park say two people appointed by Gov. JB Pritzker to a state hospital regulatory panel improperly voted to allow a controversy-plagued hospital to close, because their appointments had not yet been approved by the state Senate.
Ceridian, Becton Dickinson targeted under new class actions for supplying fingerprint scanning ID tech to employers
Ceridian, one of the country’s largest human resources services vendors, and Becton Dickinson, one of the largest makers of medical technology, have become the latest big targets of class action lawsuits under an Illinois biometric information privacy law.
Melrose Park could use TIF property tax money to pay class action firm Edelson in Westlake Hospital court fight
Class action law firm Edelson P.C. could be poised to claim a cut of the property taxes paid to Melrose Park by Westlake Hospital, should the firm succeed in helping Melrose Park stop the hospital's owners from closing the health care facility.
Legal fight over fate of Westlake Hospital draws in unusual players, in 'complex, complicated' court fight
'Complex, complicated' court fight over Westlake Hospital places judges, state officials at center of unprecedented fight over attempt to close money-losing Melrose Park health care facility.
Federal court grants default judgment against 'prophet' who's made millions from millions of robocalls
A federal judge has entered a default judgment against a self-identified "prophet" who is accused of profiting mightily from his use of robocalls, in violation of federal telecommunications laws.
A class action lawsuit is demanding Mexican discount airline Interjet be made to pay customers to whom it has refused refunds for cancelled flights.
The village of Melrose Park is suing the new owners of Westlake Hospital, accusing the owners of committing fraud by attempting to close the hospital only months after the village claims the owners promised the village and Illinois state regulators the hospital would remain open.
Appeals panel reverses Cook County judge's dismissal of fingerprint scan class action vs Palm Beach Tan
A state appeals court has weighed in for the first time since the Illinois Supreme Court determined plaintiffs don't need to show they were actually harmed to bring a lawsuit under the state's biometrics privacy law, reversing a Cook County judge’s finding that a tanning salon didn’t violate the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act.