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Court: Fax damages insurable
The Illinois Supreme Court ruled Thursday that hefty damages for unsolicited faxes are remedial — designed to compensate recipients for costs they incur when receiving the faxes — and therefore are insurable.
Evanston company loses shirt dispute with Gap
The ordinary observer would not mistake two shirts sold by Gap Inc. for shirts made by an Evanston company, a federal judge has held.
Obama fills D.C. Circuit seat after five-year effort
WASHINGTON — After five years of trying, President Barack Obama has placed his first nominee on a key appeals court in Washington.
Coroner reports St. Clair County judge died of cocaine overdose
A former longtime prosecutor who died at the cabin of a fellow southwestern Illinois judge, now under federal investigation, succumbed to a cocaine overdose, a coroner announced today.
Gun advocates challenge Connecticut law
HARTFORD, Conn. — Groups that support gun rights, pistol permit holders and gun sellers filed a lawsuit in federal court Wednesday against Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and other state officials, arguing the state's new gun control law violates their constitutional rights.
'Stop-and-frisk' judge defends her approach
Public defenders win case over excessive workload
87-year-old woman loses to Trump
Vermont decides to pursue patent trolls with suits
Immigration reform effort includes new asylum rules
IRS official says she is innocent of any misdeeds
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Agent's vow not enough to be binding
The "regional sales coordinator's agreement" between Darren Galgano and American Family Life Assurance Company of Columbus, better known as AFLAC, said he was an independent contractor who did not have authority to rent office space on behalf of the insurer.
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