A state appeals panel said an Aurora police officer can keep his job despite spying on his ex-wife.
News from February 2019
Though e-cigarettes are being marketed as a safer alternative to tobacco smoking, design flaws in the products can cause severe injuries or even kill their users, an attorney representing several plaintiffs in personal-injury cases said.
Judge: State constitution doesn't force Cook County to spend $250M more on roads, transport projects
Saying the state’s newest constitutional amendment doesn’t reduce Cook County’s home rule powers to tax and spend, a Cook County judge has rejected a bid by a coalition of road building contractors and others to force the county to spend $250 million more on transportation projects.
A Matteson teacher is suing Rich Township High School District, alleging she was fired after she reported abuse allegations against the superintendent's relative.
A Chicago lawyer widely known for defending Drew Peterson is suing another attorney and his law firm, citing alleged legal malpractice.
A line worker has filed a class-action lawsuit against Highland Baking Co., claiming they violated their workers' rights under Illinois law by making them scan their fingerprints to punch in and out of work shifts, and also shorted them overtime pay.