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IHOP restaurant operators file motion to dismiss EEOC's harassment allegations

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EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. (Legal Newsline) – Two companies in Illinois that operate IHOP restaurants have filed a motion to dismiss allegations from IHOP employees who claimed they faced sexual harassment at work.

Illinois Commerce Commission didn't have authority to grant company's certificate, court rules

MOUNT VERNON — The Fifth District Appellate Court on March 13 found the Illinois Commerce Commission can't give a certificate of public convenience and necessity to an Indiana company formed to construct and manage a high-voltage electric service transmission line to connect wind-generation facilities.

Case against Northstar Lottery Group LLC will not be remanded

The United States District Court for the Southern District of Illinois has ruled that the lawsuit against Northstar Lottery Group LLC will not return to state court.

Illinois Prevailing Wage Act does not apply to state's high-speed rail project, court rules

BENTON – The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois granted summary judgment to Professional Transportation Inc. (PTI) in an Illinois Prevailing Wage Act (IPWA) case filed by a former employee.