Committee to Elect Robert Harris Judge reported receiving $650 from April 1 through June 30, according to its second quarter report to the Illinois State Board of Elections.
Elect Judge Mackoff reported receiving $1,500 from April 1 through June 30, according to its second quarter report to the Illinois State Board of Elections.
A federal judge has granted judgment to The City Colleges of Chicago in a lawsuit brought by a professor who alleged she was fired because of her gender, but who the school says was terminated, in part, for her decision to require students to buy a book she had edited and published.
Consumers have filed a class action lawsuit against National Gas & Electric of Texas citing alleged violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) , claiming the company made intrusive and unwanted calls.
A patient is claiming she fell comatose and suffered permanent injuries after Advocate Medical Group and a physician allegedly failed to diagnose and treat her hypertension.
A widow is suing Windsor Estates Nursing and Rehabilitation alleging negligence in injuries suffered by her husband before his death in 2016.
A customer is suing Bangers & Lace Chicago claiming he was served a margarita that allegedly had lye on the rim of the glass, permanently injuring him.
A former resident is suing Concord Place Retirement Assisted Living Community and other organizations, claiming negligence after his right leg was partially amputated due to an infected skin ulcer.
A nursing home resident filed a complaint on Sept. 4 in Cook County Circuit Court against Rosewood Care Center of Inverness for an alleged violation of the Nursing Home Care Act.
A lawsuit has been filed against Alden Lakeland Rehabilitation and Health Care Center, after a resident allegedly fell twice, suffering serious injuries.
Southpoint Nursing & Rehabilitation Center is facing a lawsuit from a man who claims the nursing facility failed to adequately treat his mother's ulcers, which allegedly contributed to her death in 2016.
Citizens to Elect Judge Debra A Seaton reported receiving $600 from April 1 through June 30, according to its second quarter report to the Illinois State Board of Elections.
Studenroth for Judge reported receiving $4,350 from April 1 through June 30, according to its second quarter report to the Illinois State Board of Elections.
A motorist is blaming Walmart for a fatal crash that allegedly happened after her vehicle's front tire was changed at Walmart but "deflated and came entirely off the rim," as she drove on Interstate 90, causing two vehicles to slam into her car.
A former employee is suing Laramar Group, a property management firm, citing alleged racial discrimination, retaliation and unpaid commissions.
A patient is accusing Philip Sweeney M.D., and Digestive Disease Associates Ltd. of medical malpractice for allegedly failing to diagnose his rectal cancer in a timely manner and refer him to a colorectal surgeon.
A group of consumers have accused insurance agency GM Goldman & Associates Inc., of improperly placing numerous sales calls to people whose numbers were listed on the Do Not Call registry.
Wheaton College asks court to order U.S. to pay its $1.2M legal bills in Obamacare religious freedom case
After obtaining a victory against the federal government over the question of whether the so-called contraceptive mandate violates its religious freedom, Wheaton College is asking a federal judge to order the government to pay its $1.2 million legal bills in the case.
Judge deletes attempt by attorney to press defamation suit vs those posting online reviews of his business
A Chicago federal judge has shut down an attempt by an attorney to sue those who supposedly defamed him in online postings on Yelp and other forums.
A father is suing the city of Chicago and several police officers, alleging they wrongfully shot his son to death.