St. Clair County Circuit Judge Vincent Lopinot granted default judgment for a nurse practitioner who alleges she was not paid her full wages.
Illinois Department of Labor News
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.
A new 30-cent-per-gallon tax hike would make Illinois gas taxes the highest in the nation by far, and pour more money into a broken system.
BoydPike County State’s Attorney Carrie Boyd, who filed misconduct charges against the sheriff who had investigated the cocaine overdose death of St. Clair County judge Joseph Christ, resigned abruptly on June 2.Boyd filed a criminal information charge against Paul Petty on May 16 saying that in his dual role as Coroner, he failed to have blood drawn from the body of heroin overdose victim Shanda Lopez
The Illinois Department of Labor has filed suit against a local Imo’s Pizza business, alleging it has failed to pay a wage settlement.
A former waiter at a Mexican restaurant has filed suit against the eatery, alleging he was not paid for work he performed and was fired after complaining about it.
Grafton Zipline Adventures, which is being sued after a woman who was injured at the facility’s “Barn Burner” run last October, claims a document the woman signed releases both Grafton Zipline and all of its employees from any claims of negligence.
A St. Clair County portrait studio is accused of firing one of its employees after she complained about the company's working conditions.
Mudge The Illinois-American Water Company is seeking summary judgment in a wrongful death suit filed by a woman who claims her husband suffocated in an underground water vault in Cottage Hills two years ago.
A woman claims a Collinsville towing company forced her to work between 85 and 116 hours per week without paying her overtime or even minimum wage.