Daily Legal News Archive

Friday, September 21, 2018

The Illinois Supreme Court announced the filing of lawyer disciplinary orders on September 20, 2018. Sanctions were imposed because the lawyers engaged in professional misconduct by violating state ethics law.

Illinois Lawyer Now

Non-profit hospitals in Illinois will still get to avoid paying property taxes. That’s after a ruling Thursday by the Illinois Supreme Court.


Nursing mothers in Illinois will now be granted "reasonable" paid breaks in the workplace to nurse a baby or express milk for up to a year following the birth of a child, under a new law.

Cook County Record

Applause greeted Judge Scott Larson's declaration that the first session of Adams County Mental Health Court was completed.

The Herald-Whig

A former inmate at the Logan Correctional Center says she was sexually assaulted by a prison employee and that prison staff knew of the assaults but did nothing to stop them.

Lincoln Courier

A McHenry County Circuit Court judge has dismissed a lawsuit against the McHenry Township board asking officials to remove a referendum from the November ballot that gives taxpayers the power to eliminate the road district with a majority vote.

Northwest Herald