The Illinois Supreme Court will hear three civil cases in its March term, including a case concerning the maturity of a negligence suit over a gas station leak that allegedly caused an explosion, an ...
The Supreme Court’s conservative majority seemed skeptical Wednesday as a government lawyer argued that the Environmental Protection Agency should be allowed to continue enforcing its ...
Quarles & Brady LLP added Eric Pruitt, who spent more than a decade as a federal prosecutor, as a partner in its litigation and dispute resolution practice group. Pruitt will co-chair the group with ...
President Joe Biden on Wednesday continued his bid to fill up the empty seats, including two in Chicago, on the nation’s federal bench.
An attorney who misused nearly $3,000 from his client trust account before reimbursing the funds and self-reporting the incidents should not be suspended, according to a majority decision of the ...
In an Illinois diversity case that required a prediction on how the Nebraska Supreme Court would answer a question of law, the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals concluded that a decision tossing a ...
In an Illinois diversity case that required a prediction on how the Nebraska Supreme Court would answer a question of law, the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals concluded that a decision tossing a ...
Where plaintiffs filed suit in state court over COVID-19 executive order seeking injunctive relief, and then sought damages over same order in federal court, district court correctly dismissed federal ...
Where an arbitration agreement is signed by an individual acting as another’s power of attorney, that individual is not bound by the agreement and may sue in their own capacity.The 1st District ...
Early voting in downtown Chicago for the March primary election was paused Friday as a Cook County judicial candidate was removed from the ballot.
This is the first of two conversations with contested primary candidates for the 1st District Illinois Appellate Court. Judge Leonard Murray will be featured Thursday.
Reviewing the growing body of scholarship on the unreliability of cross-racial eyewitness identifications, Circuit Judge Adalberto Jordan urged the committee on pattern instructions for the 11th U.S.