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Recent Articles by CDLB staff
Bill adds 9% prejudgment interest to injury suits
Around 3 a.m. Wednesday, Illinois lawmakers passed a bill that will add prejudgment interest to personal injury lawsuits.
Detainee can pursue COVID-19 suit
A pretrial detainee who alleges he contracted the coronavirus and developed a case of respiratory failure in the Cook County Jail got the go-ahead to pursue his lawsuit against Sheriff Thomas J. Dart.
Taft’s J. Timothy Eaton guides the industry through rough waters
When a coronavirus task force created by the state judiciary had its first meeting in July, one of its members told chair J. Timothy Eaton the group should work expediently because the pandemic could be over by October.
$4.5M settlement for Wis. bus crash
An Illinois man reached a $4.5 million settlement for a school bus crash in southern Wisconsin, setting a new personal-injury record for Walworth County, Wis.
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Mayor names Meza acting corporation counsel
The city’s mayor has appointed Celia Meza as acting corporation counsel, one day after Mark Flessner was asked to resign.
Instacart workers bound by agreement
Workers who collect and deliver groceries ordered online by customers must take their wage claims to arbitration, a federal judge held.
Court: Community colleges can’t replace tenured faculty with adjuncts
Illinois community colleges can’t lay off tenured faculty and hire adjuncts to teach their former courses, the Illinois Supreme Court ruled earlier this month.
Mierzwa named president of Law Bulletin Media
Law Bulletin Media announced today that it has appointed Peter V. Mierzwa as president.