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Recent Articles by CDLB staff
Illinois Supreme Court disbars 3, suspends 10, including former U.S. Attorney
The Illinois Supreme Court disbarred three attorneys and suspended 10, including a former U.S. Attorney, in its latest lawyer disciplinary orders.
House sends 41 bills to Senate as Friday legislative deadline looms
The Illinois House passed 41 bills to the Senate Tuesday ahead of a scheduled Friday deadline.
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Lakeview co-op can’t evict former president, appellate court rules
The former president of a local cooperative housing association will not be evicted for allegedly violating its housing agreement, a state appellate panel ruled.
Former village trustee’s harassment suit tossed
A former village trustee who maintains he was harassed for accusing officials in Lakewood of creating a toxic work environment does not have a case for violation of his First Amendment rights, a federal judge held.
Consumer fraud suit over Brach’s caramel candy tossed
A woman who maintains the label on bags of Brach’s Milk Maid caramels causes buyers to falsely believe the candy is made with fats from milk does not have a case for consumer fraud, a federal judge held.
Illinois high court lets R. Kelly judgment stand, accepts 12 cases
The Illinois Supreme Court agreed to hear 12 cases in its latest Petition for Leave to Appeal dispositions, including four civil cases.
Accountant can’t sue former employer on city’s behalf over taxes
A former accountant for a retail leasing company did not have the authority to file a qui tam action against it on behalf of the city for allegedly owing more than $16 million in unpaid lease taxes, an appeals court panel ruled.
Cook County jury awards $3.8M for injuries after anesthesia technique
A Cook County jury awarded $3.8 million to a man who alleged he sustained injuries from deliberate hypotension, a technique that lowers a person’s blood pressure, while he was under anesthesia for more than 13 hours during lumbar surgery.