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Recent Articles by CDLB staff
Jury finds Will Co. hospital not liable
A jury returned a verdict in favor of a west suburban hospital facing allegations of negligent misdiagnosis.
ISBA offering Business Institute sessions for members to grow their practices
The Illinois State Bar Association is introducing a new series designed to strengthen the business savvy of area legal professionals.
Spinal injury nets record $51.6M verdict in Kendall Co.
A man who was paralyzed for life after being forcibly removed by the employees of a Plano bar was awarded a $51.6 million verdict June 30 by a Kendall Co. jury.
Collective action for Verizon employees wins go-ahead
A plaintiff may not have to go it alone in her lawsuit accusing Verizon Wireless of ripping off employees for the overtime pay they are owed.
Judge won’t toss evidence from ex-employee
Law enforcement officers did not violate the Fourth Amendment when they failed to get a search warrant before accepting business records from a disgruntled ex-employee of a metal-fabrication company, a federal judge held.
Emergency justified wrangling of woman’s cats
A woman does not have a civil rights case against the government officials who seized her 37 cats and condemned her house while she was in the hospital, a federal appeals court held.
CBA president Grayson focusing on diversity during term
E. Lynn Grayson, the newly installed president of The Chicago Bar Association, says that civility is “part of [her] DNA.”
Communicable disease exclusion beats claim for coverage
An “event cancellation” insurance policy taken out by the Radiological Society of North America Inc. does not cover the losses it suffered when the COVID-19 pandemic forced it to call off its annual conference, a federal judge held.