CHICAGO (Legal Newsline) - A federal judge on Monday denied a request for relief from a group of pharmaceutical companies being sued by the City of Chicago over the marketing of opioid painkillers.
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Woman sues husband’s alleged mistress; New York Post article ID’s plaintiff as wife of Napoli Bern partner and defendant as Texas attorney
CHICAGO (Legal Newsline) - A woman believed to be the wife of a senior partner at a prominent New York personal injury law firm has filed a lawsuit against her husband’s former colleague and accused mistress, claiming their alleged affair not only caused her to suffer emotionally, but forced her to spend money on a private investigator, legal counsel, marriage counseling and separate residences
Drug company asks state court to halt Chicago's release of document sought in reporter’s FOIA request
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CHICAGO (Legal Newsline) - A federal judge late last month gave a preliminary thumbs-up to what is being dubbed the largest settlement in the two decade-plus history of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
CHICAGO (Legal Newsline) - Weighing in on a trio of actions stemming from a falling out between former partners at a Chicago personal injury firm, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit on Tuesday affirmed a district judge's decision to stay the pair of federal cases pending the outcome of state lawsuit.
CHICAGO (Legal Newsline) - A Cook County, Ill., judge today added an extra $800,000 to the nearly $2.4 million a jury last month awarded to Chicago State University's former senior legal counsel who asserts he was fired in retaliation for complying with public record laws and reporting misconduct.
CHICAGO -- State lawmakers and insurance regulators aren't the only ones trying to resolve concerns over some insurance companies' failure to pay out death benefits.
CHICAGO (Legal Newsline) -- A few years ago, a group of states began to look into unpaid death benefits from their residents' life insurance policies.
LAS VEGAS (Legal Newsline) - Trial lawyers from around the country will meet this week for a “Mass Torts Made Perfect" conference that will be held in conjunction with an auction for the American Association for Justice (AAJ).
CHICAGO (Legal Newsline) - Employment class action law and collective action litigation will become more sophisticated and continue to expose employers to significant financial costs this year, a new report shows.