Daily Legal News Archive

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

The Illinois Supreme Court announced the filing of lawyer disciplinary orders on September 21, 2020. Sanctions were imposed because the lawyers engaged in professional misconduct by violating state ethics law.

From: 
The Bar News

Madison County Circuit Court has allowed landlords to file hundreds of eviction cases despite an order from the governor banning filings during the coronavirus pandemic.

From: 
St. Louis Public Radio

Business owners hoping to open retail marijuana shops in Illinois will get a second chance at qualifying for a license, after Gov. J.B. Pritzker Monday announced a procedure to let applicants correct their applications or get rescored.

From: 
Herald & Review

A federal judge will allow a class action to continue against IBM over its scans of millions of photos from Flickr, accusing it of violating Illinois’ biometrics privacy law in the way it worked to develop tech to help companies train A.I. to better recognize a range of human faces.

From: 
Cook County Record

Attorney General Kwame Raoul is warning Illinois residents to be on the alert for work-from-home, employment and pyramid schemes that can steal money or personal information.

From: 
My Journal Courier