A woman is suing Illinois Masonic Medical Center, Advocate North Side Health Network and doctors Marcie Stoshak-Chavez, Adia George and Samuel Kingsley for alleged negligence and for allegedly taking insufficient measures to prevent injuries.
A woman is suing Dr. David Hoffman and Chicago Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine SC, Advocate Health Partners and Presence Health Network for alleged negligence and for allegedly taking insufficient to prevent injuries.
A woman is suing the University of Chicago Medical Center and doctors Keme Heaven Carter, Anton Marius Chivu, Piotr Witkowski and Michelle A. Josephson for allegedly taking insufficient measures to diagnose and treat a pancreatic transplant rejection.
A federal appeals court in Chicago has refused to upend a jury’s verdict against a retired pipefitter, who had claimed Owens-Illinois and ExxonMobil should be held liable for his lung cancer because possible exposure to asbestos on work sites decades ago, and not a 30-year, pack-and-a-half-a-day cigarette smoking habit, had caused the illness.
The number of CEOs facing lawsuits from shareholders over social activism could soon be on the rise as the country grows more polarized and shareholders become more critical of the actions of top executives they perceive to be activists.
A state appeals court has reversed itself, directing the Illinois Labor Relations Board to take yet another look at a 2013 unfair labor practice case brought by a union against the Chicago Transit Authority over its handling of the rollout of the Ventra fare payment system.
An Illinois appeals court has dismissed a legal malpractice suit, saying a doctor waited too long to accuse two law firms of costing him his medical license and of waiting too long to seek compensatory damages on his behalf.
A Chicago federal judge has found United Airlines didn't discriminate against an African-American former employee who sued the company after he was fired for allegedly taking food from an airplane during a layover.
A state appeals court has upheld findings by the Illinois Human Rights Commission and the Illinois Department of Human Rights that a Plainfield school district didn't discriminate against a fired female campus monitor.
In September, the Illinois Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments in 16 cases, including to resolve questions of whether hospitals can be held liable for malpractice at other clinics; whether plaintiffs can add wrongful death claims to medical negligence lawsuits outside the statute of repose; and whether the Chicago Park District can be sued by a bicyclist who fell over a crack in the Lakefront Trail.