An insurer is asking a court to declare it has no duty to indemnify a Cook County business in a lawsuit over a fax.
A former alumni relations director at John Marshall Law School will be allowed, for now, to continue much of his discrimination lawsuit against the college, in which he alleges that he became the target of anti-male bias and was allegedly accused of being “anti-gay, anti-Muslim and anti-black,” after attending a lunch meeting with a donor at a Trump hotel.
Westfield Insurance alleges it has no duty to indemnify ET Simonds Construction in wrongful death suit
An Ohio insurance company alleges it has no duty to indemnify another insurer and a construction company in a wrongful death action.
Judge says Illinois Democrats can't sidestep female staffer's sex harassment suit vs Madigan, political orgs
The Illinois Democratic Party will not be allowed to easily sidestep a lawsuit brought by a woman who claimed Illinois Democrats, led by House Speaker Michael J. Madigan, blackballed her in retaliation for complaining of sexual harassment at the hands of a Madigan operative and brother of a powerful Chicago alderman.
Judge: Copyright fight over NRA's use of 'The Bean' footage in video belongs in Virginia, not Chicago
A federal judge has decided a copyright court fight over the use of imagery of Chicago's public sculpture, locally known as "The Bean," between its sculptor and the National Rifle Association belongs in the federal court nearest the NRA's suburban Washington, D.C., headquarters, and not in the Windy City, a few blocks south of the sculpture.
The estate of a man who died after living in two Illinois nursing homes is suing the homes over their allegedly negligent care and supervision.
A mother is suing the City of Chicago after her son died in a crash involving a car being pursued by police at high speed.
A woman is suing Metra over the death of her husband, whose car was struck by a train in suburban Robbins.
A federal judge sided with Attorney General Lisa Madigan and the Illinois State Board of Elections in a lawsuit that sought to lift a state law that prohibits independent expenditure committees from contributing funds directly to political candidates, to "level the playing field" in an elections system the plaintiffs asserted is tilted.
A police union is suing the Village of Dolton for allegedly failing to participate in the selection of an arbitrator to resolve employee grievances.
A driver whose vehicle overturned after one of his tires failed, causing permanent injury, is suing Goodyear and General Motors for allegedly selling unreasonably dangerous products.
A hotel worker union is suing the city of Chicago, claiming it improperly wielded a noise ordinance to hamper their rights while striking. A judge has denied their request for a temporary restraining order against the city.
CHICAGO – A federal judge granted a debt collector's motion to dismiss a class action lawsuit that accused it of unlawful debt collection.
A Florida man alleges the trading strategy of a Chicago corporation and an introducing broker caused an 80 percent loss in a partnership earlier this year.
Accusing Illinois’ Catholic churches of a decades-long cover up, three men and a woman who claim they were victims of sexual abuse at the hands of Illinois Roman Catholic priests have joined together to sue all of the state’s Catholic dioceses, asking a judge to order the dioceses to release the names of priests who have been accused of child sexual abuse since 1950.
The number of workplace harassment lawsuits filed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has spiked during the past four years, a Chicago lawyer says.
Harvest Bible Chapel accuses ex-workers, others, of publishing false statements about church's finances, governance
Harvest Bible Chapel is accusing former workers of publishing false information about the church, its finances and governance in a defamation lawsuit filed Oct. 16 in Cook County Circuit Court.
A passenger injured in a police pursuit beginning in Calumet City in 2017 alleges police officers proceeded at speeds that "created unwarranted danger to others."
A Palos Heights dentist alleges a Matteson parent posted a false review about him on Yelp.
Forest Alarm Service co-owner alleges was denied access to books after discovering 'corporate waste'
A shareholder of a Cook County business alleges she was shut off from access to the company's records after she allegedly discovered evidence of corporate waste.