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Split IL appeals court upholds $7.8M verdict; majority brushes aside trial judge's alleged errors

By Scott Holland | Dec 6, 2017

A state appeals court has upheld a medical malpractice wrongful death verdict worth nearly $8 million in the case against a suburban anesthesiologist and his practice over a nerve block procedure that allegedly led to the patient's paralysis and, ultimately contributed to her death.

Judge: Feds can keep lock on online credit report biz over Craigslist rental ads fraud charges

By Jonathan Bilyk | Feb 22, 2017

A federal judge in Chicago has decided to allow federal regulators to continue to lock down an online company accused of working with others who listed fake rental properties on Craigslist to dupe customers into signing up for a credit monitoring service.

Software exec waited too long to sue finance pros over bad advice for $250 million investments resulting in huge tax bill

By Scott Holland | Nov 10, 2015

A software executive has said a group of investment bankers led him to put his money into a scheme frowned upon by federal tax collectors, but a state appellate court has found, like a trial court before them, that he ran out of time to sue his erstwhile financial advisers at Deutsche Bank and BDO.

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