A trading firm is suing oil trading companies Geneva Energy Markets LLC, Mport Energy LLC and GEM Europe Ltd. for breach of contract.
News from June 2018
The founder of two companies which together manufactured anti-microbial cleaning products is suing a law firm partnership for allegedly interfering in his business and conspiring to take it from him.
A class action lawsuit has been filed by employees of Saint Anthony Hospital against the hospital and ADP LLC, citing alleged violation of the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIPA).
A married couple is suing a medical clinic and its physician, citing alleged medical negligence and loss of consortium.
A passenger is suing Southwest Airlines and its agents, citing alleged breach of duty and negligence.
A disabled woman's public guardian is suing an attorney for malpractice.
CHICAGO (Legal Newsline) – A major car company accused of selling vehicles with defective paint appealed the denial of its motion to compel arbitration in an ongoing class action lawsuit against it and a dealership May 16.
IL Dems ask to be cut from sex harassment suit from woman who claims Madigan, others didn't protect her
Asking a federal judge to dismiss it from a lawsuit brought by a former campaign worker against several political organizations connected to Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan, the Democratic Party of Illinois said it isn't liable for sexual harassment the woman said she suffered at the hands of a Madigan aide.
With about a quarter of a billion dollars on the line in what the county calls a “test case” that could affect cities and counties across Illinois, Cook County has squared off in court against a coalition of trade groups representing road builders, as the two sides have asked a judge to decide whether a new Illinois state constitutional amendment negates the county’s authority to decide how to apportion its transportation tax dollars.
A consumer has filed a class action lawsuit against manufacturing company Netgear Inc., citing alleged breach of express warranty, negligent misrepresentation and unjust enrichment.
A woman is suing Advocate Condell Medical Center, and five physicians, citing alleged medical malpractice.
A restaurant patron is suing Fulton Catering Corp., which does business as Carnivale Restaurant, claiming that insufficient measures were taken to prevent injuries to patrons.
An Illinois state appeals panel has upheld a Cook County judge's decision that the Four Seasons in Chicago was not obligated to warn guests about a wet marble bathroom floor, saying the condition posed a danger that should have been open and obvious.
George Mason professor: ERA might do less today than a decade ago, may not be eligible to be added to Constitution
A George Mason University professor believes that if the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) were to be enacted today, it would do less than it would have nearly a decade ago, thanks to the continuing expansion of civil rights, particularly for those identifying as LGBTQ.
The City of Chicago has requested the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois in the Eastern Division dismiss a case that alleges one of its regulations favors Airbnb against competitor, HomeAway.com Inc.
IL Supreme Court takes up Six Flags fingerprint scanning case, to answer question: Who can sue under BIPA?
With class action lawsuits piling up against employers and other businesses, the Illinois Supreme Court will soon step in to perhaps answer the question of who may sue under a state privacy law when an employer or merchant scans their fingerprints or other biometric identifiers to verify their identity for theme park admission, participation in various programs or to track hours worked, among other purposes.
A Chicago federal appeals panel made quick work of a “dubious” suit by an Arkansas man, who attempted to extract more money from a class action lawsuit over allegedly defective artificial hip devices, by claiming the “settlement agreement” he signed with the hip device maker was not an agreement, but actually a nonbinding offer.
A patient is suing Advanced Pain & Anesthesia Consultants PC, which does business as APAC Centers for Pain Management, and physician Randolph Chang, citing alleged medical negligence
Customer claims Curtiss Motorcycle, Confederate Motors refused to return deposit after selling bike to other buyer
CHICAGO — A consumer is suing H. Matthew Chambers, Curtiss Motorcycle Co.and Confederate Motors Inc., citing alleged breach of contract, conversion and fraud.
A patient is suing Presence Saint Francis Hospital and other medical professionals for negligence following an alleged neurological injury that occurred during surgery.