A $300,000 settlement of a lawsuit that accused the defunct Chicago-area Treasure Island supermarket chain of neither giving proper notice to workers before closing nor paying their unused vacation time, will give $100,000 to the workers' lawyers and an average of $487 to each worker.
A new class action asks a federal judge to order the refund of potentially more than $100 million in fines generated from a network of red light cameras in Chicago’s southwest suburbs, which were allegedly installed as a result of a racketeering conspiracy built on bribes and grift.
A Chicago federal appeals court has said 252 Facebook employees may be cut from a class action, which alleges Facebook shorted them on overtime pay, saying the employees may have waived their right to sue, because they signed agreements to arbitrate disputes with the company.
Recent advertising figures indicate the makers of the heartburn drug Zantac and its generic equivalents will soon be facing an onslaught of lawsuits, as personal injury lawyers have begun the process of rounding up clients.
Court points to prominent and controversial Illinois Supreme Court decision to justify its ruling that Six Flags can't escape the lawsuit over the number of debit card digits that were printed on sale receipts at Great America.
A new class action lawsuit has accused IBM of violating an Illinois biometrics privacy law by not securing written authorization from people whose photos the company took from Flickr to help companies train A.I. to better recognize human faces.
An Illinois appeals panel has overturned a McLean County jury’s verdict in an asbestos case, saying there was not enough evidence for the jury to find a deceased glazier contracted lung disease from a company's weatherproofing products.