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.

From: 
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.

From: 
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.

From: 
WGN

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.

From: 
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.

From: 
The Okawville Times