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Appeals panel hangs up on some class actions over 'robo' text messages, dials up potential Supreme Court call
Seventh Circuit Appeals Court in Chicago says some automated dialers acceptable under federal law if they only dial numbers stored in customer databases.
Judge: Cook County demands Bank of America pay for 'discriminatory lending,' but did county actually lose tax money?
A federal judge says Cook County will need to show why Bank of America should be made to pay the county for lost tax revenue amid the foreclosure crisis, when the county didn't actually lose any tax money.
Edelson wins order to dig deeper into Bandas firm, to broaden lawsuit over 'professional' class action objectors
Edelson P.C., one of Chicago’s most prominent class action law firms has won the chance to dig deeper into the practices of a group of lawyers it has accused of extorting payments from the Bandas Law Firm and other lawyers by acting as “professional” class action settlement objectors, as the firm seeks to unearth further evidence it believes will lead to an injunction to effectively shut down its rival.
Federal appeals court: ADA accommodation rules don't rule out competition for jobs; SCOTUS could decide
A decision by the U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta, Ga., says employers are not required by the Americans with Disabilities Act to surrender the search for the best qualified candidate for a job when considering a disability accommodation job transfer request from a disabled employee.