An Illinois appeals court has refueled a retired Chicago bus driver’s suit against the Chicago Transit Authority’s retirement and health care plans, saying a Cook County judge was wrong to rule the retiree’s benefits were determined by a union contract that took effect the day after the man retired.
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A surviving relative is suing the Chicago Transit Authority, alleging employees did not do enough to prevent an intoxicated passenger's injuries
A father and estate administrator is suing the Chicago Transit Authority, citing alleged negligence and wrongful death.
F.H. Fashen, others allegedly failed prevent woman from suffering fatal injuries at construction site
An estate administrator is suing F.H. Fashen, S.N. Nielsen & Associates LLC, F.H. Faschen, S.N. Nielsen Inc., Parsons Brinckerhoff Inc. and WSP USA Inc. for allegedly taking insufficient measures to prevent injuries.
Appeals court: CTA must negotiate with union before imposing rules to prevent repeat of O'Hare Blue Line derailment
A state appeals court has upheld a ruling forbidding the Chicago Transit Authority from unilaterally imposing new work rules without first negotiating with its workers’ union, even if the new rules are intended to protect public safety – such as rules the CTA implemented to prevent another train derailment similar to the one that resulted in an L train climbing an escalator at O’Hare International Airport.
A man is suing the Chicago Transit Authority for allegedly taking insufficient measures to prevent injuries.
Massachusetts product liability ruling may have bearing on GSK appeal of $3M verdict over lawyer's suicide
The thinking behind a Massachusetts ruling that brand-name manufacturers can he held liable for injuries suffered by patients who take generic versions of the drug those manufacturers innovate could have bearing in a case before a federal appeals court in Chicago.
A woman is suing the Chicago Transit Authority, City of Chicago, Elevator Inspection Service Company, Kone Inc. and Just Elevator Inspection Service Company for allegedly taking insufficient measures to prevent injuries.
Two fired white CTA employees may continue suit vs ex-employer based on retaliation, not racial discrimination
A federal judge has said two fired white Chicago Transit Authority employees can't sue for racial discrimination, but they can continue to sue their former supervisor for retaliation.
Sun-Times sues CTA, Chicago Police over failure to turn over video of man being pushed onto L tracks
The Chicago Sun-Times is suing the Chicago Transit Authority and Chicago Police Department for allegedly failing to produce video surveillance footage showing a passenger being pushed from a platform at a Blue Line CTA station by another man.
A woman is suing the Chicago Transit Authority for allegedly taking insufficient measures to prevent a man from falling on "L" train tracks, where he was electrocuted and died.
A woman is suing the Chicago Transit Authority for alleged negligence.
A Brookfield parent who thinks transit agencies should resume giving homeschooled students fare discounts is pressing the issue in a class action lawsuit.
A woman is suing the Chicago Transit Authority and a CTA employee for allegedly taking insufficient measures to prevent injuries.
A worker is suing Walsh/II In One Joint Venture III, Walsh Construction Company, Chicago Transit Authority and Atlas Crane Service Inc. for alleged liability and negligence.
A state appeals court has reversed itself, directing the Illinois Labor Relations Board to take yet another look at a 2013 unfair labor practice case brought by a union against the Chicago Transit Authority over its handling of the rollout of the Ventra fare payment system.
A woman is suing the Chicago Transit Authority and a bus driver, claiming the bus she was riding on accelerated before she was seated, causing injuries.
Appeals panel: CTA may have broken labor deal in rearranging jobs amid Ventra rollout
A dispute between two air conditioning manufacturers over a CTA contract won’t continue in federal court after a judge in Chicago relinquished jurisdiction and dismissed the action, allowing it to be filed again in state court.
The Chicago Transit Authority will need to pay a group of its part-time bus drivers more than $7 million after a state appellate panel upheld an arbitrator’s determination the bus drivers’ union was correct in believing the CTA had overworked the drivers, in violation of their collective bargaining agreement.