Daily Legal News Archive

Monday, March 19, 2018

The Illinois Supreme Court announced the filing of lawyer disciplinary orders on March 16, 2018. 

Illinois Lawyer Now

Illinois Supreme Court Justice Rita Garman has announced she's looking for someone to replace a retiring McLean County judge.

The News-Gazette

The running tab for legal and consulting fees tied to the U.S. Justice Department’s investigation of the Chicago Police Department has now reached $7.4 million — and Mayor Rahm Emanuel is still negotiating a consent decree with retiring Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan.

Chicago Sun-Times

Illinois lawmakers are discussing what shape legal sports betting would take in the state if a highly anticipated U.S. Supreme Court decision clears the way for the potential multibillion-dollar industry.

Daily Herald

The Wheaton College transfer student who accused members of that Christian school’s football team of a brutal assault during a hazing incident has filed a lawsuit against the college and members of the team.

WMBD Radio

The attorney for a Woodstock senior living center accused of retaliatory firing of an employee who reported possible abuse has asked a judge to dismiss allegations that the business violated the Illinois Whistleblower Act.

Northwest Herald