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DuPage judge strikes down law requiring divorced parents to fund kids' college education

By Scott Holland | May 8, 2018

Saying the law is essentially antiquated and violates the equal protection rights of divorced parents, a DuPage County judge has found a state law requiring divorced couples to fund their children’s college education to be unconstitutional.

Chicago can't collect real estate transfer tax from buyers of homes sold by Fannie, Freddie, judge says

By Jonathan Bilyk | Sep 30, 2016

The city of Chicago should not be allowed to sidestep laws barring cities from collecting taxes on real estate sold by federal mortgage lending giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac by simply passing on the tax bills to those buying the properties from Fannie and Freddie, a federal judge has ruled.

Seventh Circuit: Walgreens, shareholder settlement little more than $370K payday for lawyers

By Jonathan Bilyk | Aug 10, 2016

Calling the lawsuit an example of a “racket” aimed at merging companies, a federal appeals panel in Chicago has tossed out a settlement intended to end a shareholder class action brought over the Walgreens Boots Alliance merger, saying the lawsuit and related settlement did nothing more than contribute a quick $370,000 payment to the plaintiffs’ lawyers.

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