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Recent Articles by CDLB staff
Ruling puts Aurora Pride Parade back on track
A federal judge cleared the way for the LGBTQ+ rights group Aurora Pride to seek a permit to host its annual Pride Parade on June 11.
Woman can’t sue ex-husband over surveillance, panel rules
A woman who sued her former husband for emotional distress after she learned he had hired private investigators to follow her for years does not have standing for the suit, a state appellate panel ruled.
Jesse Reyes announces 2nd run for Illinois Supreme Court
First District Appellate Court Justice Jesse G. Reyes announced Wednesday his candidacy for the Illinois Supreme Court next year.
Slip-and-fall suit against Kankakee hospital revived
A Kankakee hospital will have to face a negligence lawsuit filed by an employee who allegedly suffered injuries after slipping and falling on campus.
Panel won’t revive suit over Chicago’s health plan agreements
A state appellate panel affirmed the dismissal of all claims by a woman suing on behalf of Chicago taxpayers over a deal to administer city employees’ health insurance that she alleged was void.
Law and the Loop: Attorneys reckon with past, future of community’s longtime nexus
As Chicago wrestles with the changing nature of the Loop, lawyers who enjoyed a centerpoint of activity around the Daley Center say its heyday as a legal hub isn’t likely to return.
Judge nixes jury trial in Lion Air crash, allows immediate appeal
The families of two people killed in a 2018 plane crash off the coast of Indonesia are not entitled to a jury trial on their wrongful death claims against the aircraft’s manufacturer and other defendants, a federal judge ruled Thursday.
Federal court won’t take BIPA suit against Amazon
A federal judge threw out a proposed class-action lawsuit accusing a company that sells image-recognition technology of violating the Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act.