A Chicago federal judge has kicked to the curb a suit by a former busing contracts manager for Chicago Public Schools, who alleged bus companies and school officials defrauded Medicaid in connection with transportation of special needs students.
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Appeals panel: Law firm can't use medical practice's tax accounting practices to escape malpractice suit
An anesthesiology practice will have a second chance to argue that its law firm cost it profits by not including restrictive clauses in employment contracts, leaving two anesthesiologists free to form a competing practice and take a profitable client with them, after a state appeals panel said their lawsuit should not be precluded over tax accounting decisions.
A federal judge has dispatched to arbitration a lawsuit brought against ride-hailing service Lyft by a group of former drivers who claim other drivers harassed and intimidated them, leading to retaliation and termination from Lyft when they filed police reports.
A doctor is suing Northwestern Medical Group, Dr. M. Christine Stock and Dr. David Walega for alleged breach of contract, retaliation and wrongful termination.
Nationwide disability access class action vs Kohls thwarted by differing layouts of retail chain's stores
A disability rights class action brought against Kohl’s more than two and a half years ago is on the shelf after a federal judge in Chicago denied class certification, saying, because Kohl’s store layouts vary from store to store, plaintiffs would have too difficult of a time proving the retailer had in place a nationwide policy diminishing access to people using wheelchairs.
A husband and wife are suing Advocate Christ Medical Center and others, citing alleged insufficient measures were taken to prevent injuries and negligence, leaving the wife with brain damage.