Land of Lincoln Health re-ups with University of Chicago, asks court to dismiss class action alleging it misled customers
On the heels of announcing it had resumed covering patients seeking health care through University of Chicago Medicine, Land of Lincoln Health has asked a Cook County judge to dismiss a class action lawsuit brought by two of its former customers who alleged the provider of Obamacare health insurance policies had misled people into buying policies under false premises.
Group suing Cook County Circuit Clerk over filing fees asks judge to toss 'copy-and-paste' duplicate lawsuits
A Schaumburg-based medical records technology company, which brought a class action lawsuit against Cook County Circuit Clerk Dorothy Brown over her office’s allegedly improper collection of filing fees for certain kinds of motions, has asked a judge to either dismiss or at least put a hold on what it called “copy-and-paste” duplicate class actions filed after its initial lawsuit.
Student hurt in floor hockey game should be allowed to sue Conant H.S., District 211, appeals panel says
The state’s largest public high school district, serving students from several communities in northwest suburban Cook County, will need to defend against a personal injury lawsuit brought by a Conant High School student who said a gym teacher’s decision to not require eye protection for students playing floor hockey left him with an injured eye.
Country Chevrolet of Herscher ordered to pay $2.3 million for failing to withhold child support payments
A Cook County judge has ordered a car dealer to pay a Flossmoor woman more than $2.26 million for purportedly failing to withhold child support payments from the paychecks it cut to the woman’s ex-husband, a dealership finance manager the dealer attempted to claim was an independent contractor, and not an employee.
Class action: Local L.A. Tan franchisee must pay for storing client fingerprints, despite similar suit vs national brand
While already pursuing a class action complaint against nationwide tanning salon franchiser L.A. Tan, an Illinois woman has lodged a second complaint against its Schaumburg franchisee, alleging the franchise business owner should be made to pay, as well, for collecting, storing and sharing customers’ fingerprints when enrolling them in L.A. Tan’s customer rewards program.