Chapman The Fifth District Appellate Court has ruled that Farmers Insurance Company had the duty to defend its policy holder in a four-year-old dispute involving a gun shot injury.
Goldenhersh The Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Confidentiality Act which protects communication of mental health records prevails over the absolute litigation privilege, the Fifth District Appellate Court has decided.
Fifth District rules for Norfolk Southern in latent injury claim; Plaintiff loses on statute of limitations
Stewart Norfolk Southern Railway is not liable for a worker's knee injuries after an appellate court ruled that the statute of limitations had expired by the time the man filed.
Fifth District rules for plaintiff who won $1 million at '09 trial; Allstate found to have acted in bad faith
Goldenhersh The Fifth District Appellate Court ruled early last week in favor of a man who sued Allstate Insurance over an incident that resulted in the loss of his leg.
Reporters who rely upon public officials are protected by fair report privilege, appellate court rules
Welch Reports given by public officials fall under the Illinois fair report privilege, the Fifth District Appellate Court ruled on Tuesday.
Stewart Universal Underwriters Insurance Company does not have to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars on an under-insured claim, according to a recent appellate court order.
Flack Madison County's newly appointed associate judge has for a long time wanted to serve on the bench.
Tillery Attorney Stephen Tillery argues that facts that led to the dismissal of his $10.1 billion claim against Philip Morris over "light" cigarette labeling have been proven false and that, therefore, his petition for relief must be granted.
Crowder Madison County Circuit Court Judge Barbara Crowder's campaign committee is hosting a fund-raiser at the Lewis & Clark Community College on March 28.
CHICAGO - An outside business litigation firm recently joined the mix of parties taking legal action against named partners at Freed & Weiss LLC.
CHICAGO - An ongoing dispute between named partners at Freed & Weiss LLC has led to a couple of new lawsuits involving an alleged take over scheme.