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Neighborhood drug stores demand $1.5B, accuse Walgreens, Prime Therapeutics, Blue Cross of conspiracy
As his earlier similar lawsuit faces the threat of dismissal, a Palos Heights lawyer has lodged another antitrust action demanding Walgreens, Prime Therapeutics and the parent company of Blue Cross Blue Shield shell out $1.5 billion for allegedly conspiring to drive small “mom-and-pop” neighborhood drug stores out of business by cutting off their access to reimbursement under Medicaid, Medicare and Blue Cross.
Federal judge affirms arbitration stay in racial bias lawsuit vs Chicago over waste hauling contracts
A Chicago federal court judge has denied a local trash hauling company’s request to rescind a previously imposed stay on arbitration in a dispute with the city and its primary waste hauling vendors over service contracts.
African-American owners of trash hauling biz say city, Allied Waste conspired to hurt their business, sue for $24 million
A garbage hauling company owned by African-Americans has sued the city of Chicago, Allied Waste and the Teamsters, among others, for $24 million, alleging the defendants conspired to thwart the ability of the minority-owned company to bid on the city’s garbage hauling contract. On Oct. 1, Linda and Jesse McGee, owners of Linda Construction Inc. (LCI), based on Chicago’s South Side, filed a complaint in federal court in Chicago.