On June 11, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg introduced Judge Ann Claire Williams (Ret.), now of counsel in Jones Day's Chicago Office, as "a world celebrated jurist and my treasured friend," at the annual Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Distinguished Lecture on Women and the Law, hosted by the New York City Bar Association.
SPRINGFIELD -- The Illinois Supreme Court ruled a woman cannot sue the court-appointed guardian ad litem she alleges did not protect her assets when she was a minor. In its opinion, the court included a plea to the General Assembly to clarify the meaning of guardian ad litem and ensure it is used consistently across statutes.
ELGIN -- A state appeals court has ruled an insurance company was right to deny a claim that a policy was not enforceable due to a supplementary provision relating to an intoxicated driver operating a vehicle.
Lawyers for Cook County are arguing the county can continue its lawsuit in Cook County court against Facebook, which alleges the company let user data be mined to aid President Donald Trump’s election campaign, because Facebook drew a bull's-eye on Illinois residents.
The following cases categorized as "personal injury(motor vehicle) subrogation" cases were on the docket in the Circuit Court of Cook County on June 24. All case details are allegations only and should not be taken as fact:
The following cases categorized as "tort(not personal injury)" cases were on the docket in the Circuit Court of Cook County on June 24. All case details are allegations only and should not be taken as fact: