The following cases categorized as "personal injury(motor vehicle)" cases were on the docket in the Circuit Court of Cook County on Oct. 23. All case details are allegations only and should not be taken as fact:
Illinois’ state constitution offers no escape valve for employers facing a blizzard of class action lawsuits under the state's biometrics privacy law, a Cook County judge ruled, rejecting an attempt by Walmart to sidestep one of those lawsuits.
An Illinois appeals court is calling for state legislators to correct a “circular” law that ostensibly gives rehabilitated felons a chance to acquire gun permits, but in reality puts them on a "merry-go-round" between state and federal law without hope of obtaining a permit, the ruling states.
Cozen O’Connor attorney Wendy Enerson, a member of the firm’s Global Insurance Department in the Chicago office, will lead a webinar entitled, “A Touch of Class: Defending Insurance Class Actions,” on Wednesday, November 13, from 10:30-11:30 a.m.