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Judge: Ex-O'Hare cops can keep suing city over aviation police disbanding following United passenger dragging

By Scott Holland | Dec 4, 2018

A federal judge has let the state off the hook in a class action complaint airport police officers filed after a high-profile incident with a passenger, but the city of Chicago wasn’t able to earn a full dismissal.

Patient alleges Swedish Covenant Health, others responsible for brain injuries

By Jenie Mallari-Torres | Dec 3, 2018

A woman alleges she suffered a brain injury as a result of medical center and other medical staff's failure to timely examine her.

Chicago City Hall hit with class action over duplicative city sticker tickets

By Scott Holland | Dec 3, 2018

The city of Chicago is facing a class action complaint over the city’s longstanding practice of issuing duplicative vehicle tickets. The lawsuit was filed by the same attorneys who earlier this year settled for $11 million in fees for a class action over red light camera fines.

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