Daily Legal News Archive

Monday, April 19, 2021

Our panel of leading appellate attorneys reviews the five Illinois Supreme Court opinions handed down Thursday, April 15.

Illinois Lawyer Now

With less than seven weeks left in their spring session, Illinois lawmakers have yet to put up new ethical guardrails in response to the historic Commonwealth Edison bribery scandal that toppled ex-House Speaker Michael Madigan and led to a series of federal indictments.


A civil lawsuit was filed Thursday by Madison County's former administrator Doug Hulme and Information Technology Director Robert Dorman against Alton, Edwardsville, Granite City and Collinsville.

Journal Gazette & Times-Courier

Illinois could be moving closer to a ban on the sale of dogs and cats that have been sourced from breeders at retail pet stores.

Cities 92.9

Illinois comptroller Susana Mendoza said she will take a legal challenge waged by two former lawmakers seeking raises that they voted to keep out of their pockets as far as necessary to protect taxpayer dollars.

Alton Daily News