A Springfield federal judge has placed Dish Network on the hook for a fine of more than $280 million for alleged violations of federal telemarketing law, even though the violations were committed by third-party contractors. And other companies should take note of the judge's ruling, said a lawyer who specializes in defenses against similar legal actions.
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The U.S. Supreme Court has overturned rulings made by three California courts that concluded they had specific jurisdiction over lawsuits brought by out-of-state residents against a company not incorporated or headquartered there. And reverberations from the decision will likely be felt in Cook County courtrooms, say observers.
A Chicago law firm has struck out yet again in its attempt to press an antitrust action against a company specializing in developing bankruptcy case management software, as a federal judge declared McGarry & McGarry LLC simply didn’t have the standing needed to press its claims against Irvine, Calif.-based Bankruptcy Management Solutions Inc.