Daily Legal News Archive

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

The investor group that controls the retail space in the James R. Thompson Center has sued the state, a dispute that could complicate the Rauner administration's push to raze the Loop office building for a big new development there.

Crain's Chicago Business

Philanthropist brothers who less than three years ago pledged $100 million to the University of Chicago to create an institute on the study of global conflict are now waging a legal battle with the university to get their money back.

Journal & Courier

Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan stunned the political world in September when she announced she would not seek a fifth term in 2018. High-profile state politicians immediately started angling for the job.


Maureen Malloy is a criminal analyst for the Cook County Sheriff’s office. Her job is to try and stop gun violence before it happens...every workday she combs a database of Concealed Carry License applications looking for red flags.

Peoria Public Radio

The owner of the former Okawville Grade School building plead guilty to felony charges related to asbestos removal in federal court last week.

The Okawville Times