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Ex-development director at John Marshall Law School says firing was part of 'pattern of bias' vs older men

By Jonathan Bilyk | Jan 4, 2018

Saying he became the target of anti-male bias from certain female administrators at the college, who used a lunch meeting with an influential donor at a Trump hotel to brand him as “anti-gay, anti-Muslim and anti-black,” the 59-year-old former head of alumni relations at John Marshall Law School has sued the school and two deans at the school, saying he is owed at least $4 million after he was fired on allegedly trumped up accusations to cover for alleged age and sex discrimination.

Architect accuses Hackl, president of Loebl Scholssman firm, of defamation, demands $2M

By Louie Torres | Jan 3, 2018

A man is suing Donald J. Hackl, demanding the president of Chicago architectural firm Loebl Schlossman & Hackl pay at least $2 million for allegedly defaming him and refusing to pay him his earnings.

Former UIC Greek studies professor says colleagues torpedoed tenure application, demands $4 million

By Jonathan Bilyk | Feb 10, 2016

A fight over the future of Greek studies instruction at the University of Illinois at Chicago has spilled into a local courtroom, where a professor who was denied tenure and lost his position at the university has alleged three of his former colleagues owe him at least $4 million for allegedly sabotaging his tenure application in a bid to redirect donor money to them and save their own jobs.

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