The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois reported the following activities in the suit brought by Caleb Charleston against C/O Westerman, C/o Caron, C/o Gardner, C/o McCaleb, C/o Woley, Heather McGe, J. Schoenveck, John Doe, Shaun Ge, Warden Jones and Wexford Health Source, Inc on July 15:
Schiff Hardin LLP issued the following announcement on July 12.Schiff Hardin LLP is pleased to announce that the firm was ranked for its work in Private Wealth in Illinois and nationwide in the 2019 edition of Chambers High Net Worth, a legal industry ranking focused on the private wealth market.
The City of East St. Louis argues that a former captain of the fire department failed to exhaust all of his administrative remedies in a suit alleging he was not paid for accumulated sick and vacation days upon retirement.
The following cases categorized as "555 prison condition" cases were on the docket in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois on July 8. All case details are allegations only and should not be taken as fact:
MOUNT VERNON – A state appeals court recently declined to reverse the 2015 conviction of a St. Charles man regarding a lien he attempted to record alleging U.S. Bank owed him $400,000 for two properties he lost to foreclosure proceedings almost 25 years ago.
The following cases categorized as "550 prisoner: civil rights" cases were on the docket in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois on July 8. All case details are allegations only and should not be taken as fact:
GRANITE CITY -- Businessman Bill Campbell, who owns various rental properties in Granite City, is looking to shed some light on the city's crime-free housing ordinance and what he describes as negative consequences for tenants and landlords.
EDWARDSVILLE — A Madison County couple is suing a Jefferson County general contractor alleging the defendant performed shoddy renovations on their home the latter part of last year and into this past spring.
A former Chicago lawyer, one of the principals at Prenda Law and one of the masterminds behind a scheme to secure millions of dollars in settlements as part of a shakedown targeted at those downloading online porn, has been sentenced to five years in prison.
Illinoisans deserve a pothole-free future. But are they getting a bang for their gas tax buck? Or is Pritzker’s $45 billion “Rebuild Illinois” program just another vehicle to deliver special favors? A deep dive into the capital plan points toward the latter, showing at least $1.25 billion in pork-barrel projects.