A Chicago federal judge has clipped the wings of a putative class action against United Airlines, which alleged physically or mentally impaired workers were not allowed to take less demanding jobs, saying such workers may have a case, but individually, not as a class.
Panel determines private 'consultants' don't have standing. The judges said the patients weren't harmed by the state's delay in processing caregivers' paychecks and would gain nothing from the lawsuit.
Illinois' Attorney General has asked the EPA to tighten EtO emissions standards, even after the attorney general had argued those emissions standards had no bearing on the ability of the state to shut down a medical device sterilization plant for emitting EtO.
Plaintiffs say they have identified at least five Pritzker campaign workers who allegedly told then-candidate Pritzker of racial discrimination in his campaign and want the governor questioned under oath.
An Illinois appeals panel has upheld a DuPage County judge’s decision to dismiss a suit by an ex-Hinsdale school board member against the school, which alleged school officials schemed against the member, finding no evidence such an allegedly "nefarious plot" existed and calling the member's argument "absurd."
A woman will be allowed to sue Walgreens for selling her cigarettes in Cook County Circuit Court after a federal judge refused to kick the pharmacy retailer off her lawsuit, dooming the chance to keep the lawsuit in federal court, where a group of tobacco companies wished for it to stay.