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Appellate court: bar manager had no duty to warn patron of threat

Epstein

First District affirms ruling in favor of railroad company in negligence suit

Quinn

Split appeals panel reverses circuit court, remands suit over workers' compensation

Epstein

Decision to strike anti-competitive law a step in right direction

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Police officer sues park district over slip and fall incident

A Chicago police officer is suing the park district for more than $3 million after a slip and fall incident at Ping Tom Park.

Illinois Central asks federal court to find city of Harvey's new ordinances unenforceable

Barron

First District affirms dismissal of legal malpractice suit

Badesch

Defendant removes 19 suits over train derailment to federal court

Filip

Split panel of ARDC Review Board recommends suspension for lawyer with drug conviction

The Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission (ARDC) has recommended a four-year suspension for an attorney convicted of conspiracy with the intent to distribute 1,000 kilograms or more of marijuana.

First District dismisses legal malpractice suit over failed retail development project

Keldermans

Small business-focused campaign hits home for Illinois business owners

Akin

Appellate court affirms ruling in personal injury suit in favor of defendants

Reyes

ISBA to hold CLE on 'Fracking in Illinois'

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7th Circuit hears arguments over sealed documents appeal in settled atrazine lawsuit

Learner

Defendants in Prenda Law's defamation suit seek sanctions

Duffy

Insurance company claims it doesn't have duty to defend police officers

An insurance company has asked a federal court to decide whether it has to pay for the defense of former police officers being sued by five men wrongfully convicted of the  rape and murder of a 14-year-old girl.

Garman will succeed Kilbride as chief justice next month

Garman

Supreme Court issues two gun-related rulings

The Illinois Supreme Court today handed down a pair of gun-related opinions.

Supreme Court approves Sixth Judicial Circuit for cameras in the courtroom

Kilbride

First District reverses lower court in suit over sales tax on TV converter box

A man who was charged the full sales tax when he used a federal voucher to purchase a digital television converter box at a Sears store has been cleared to resume his legal action alleging fraud against the retailer.