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Northwestern Receives $5 Million Gift from Late Faculty Member

Northwestern Receives $5 Million Gift from Late Faculty Member Summary: The estate of former Illinois politician and faculty member of Northwestern University School of Law has given $5 million to the school. The estate of former faculty member Dawn Clark Netsch has given $5 million to Northwestern University School…>read more

No Comment August 12, 2015

Man Accused of Sex Store Theft Signed Name as ‘Obama is a Criminal’

Man Accused of Sex Store Theft Signed Name as ‘Obama is a Criminal’ Summary: A man claimed he had no idea how a vibrator got in his pants while he was shopping in a sex store. According to the Huffington Post, an Illinois man accused of stealing a vibrator from a sex store…>read more

No Comment August 12, 2015

Illinois Attorney Faces Child Porn Allegations

Illinois Attorney Faces Child Porn Allegations Summary: A Chicago attorney faces serious allegations after a tip led police to his residence, where both videos and photographs depicting child pornography were found. The Chicago Sun-Times reports that an attorney was charged on Tuesday after a search revealed…>read more

No Comment June 26, 2015

Former Governor Thompson Retires from Winston & Strawn

Former Governor Thompson Retires from Winston & Strawn Summary: After 25 years with Winston & Strawn, James R. Thompson will retire from his position as senior chairman. According to Chicago Business, James R. Thompson, the former governor of Illinois, announced yesterday that he will be retiring from his position…>read more

No Comment February 25, 2015

Illinois Passes Strong Anti-Revenge-Porn Law

Illinois Passes Strong Anti-Revenge-Porn Law Summary: A new law has been passed in Illinois against revenge porn and some advocated for victims call it the strongest so far in the country.   On Monday, Illinois passed what could be the strongest anti-revenge-porn legislation in the country,…>read more

No Comment January 7, 2015

Illinois Joins Other States in Banning Criminal History in Job Applications

Illinois Joins Other States in Banning Criminal History in Job Applications Illinois took a big step last month by joining the growing number of states that make it illegal for an employer to require candidates fill out mentions of criminal convictions on their job applications. The HB5701 bill named the Job…>read more

No Comment August 4, 2014

LGBT Rights Group Given the Go Ahead to Take on ExxonMobil for Hiring Discrimination

LGBT Rights Group Given the Go Ahead to Take on ExxonMobil for Hiring Discrimination The Illinois Human Rights Commission granted a significant victory to the Freedom to Work group, and to advocates for LGBT rights in Illinois and beyond: they overturned a previous decision the Illinois Department of Human Rights had made that Freedom…>read more

No Comment July 23, 2014

Misleading Statements the Focus of Case Against General Motors

Misleading Statements the Focus of Case Against General Motors A criminal fraud case is being developed by federal prosecutors to determine if General Motors issued misleading statements about a deadly ignition switch flaw, according to Reuters. The prosecutors are also examining activity by the company that dates back one…>read more

No Comment July 14, 2014

Illinois Circuit Court Judge Steps Down to Reopen Family Law Practice

Illinois Circuit Court Judge Steps Down to Reopen Family Law Practice Michael Ian Bender is a former judge in the Circuit Court of Cook County in Illinois. He has announced that he will reopen his practice in downtown Chicago. It is called The Law Office of Michael Ian Bender. The firm…>read more

No Comment June 4, 2014

Illinois Eavesdropping Law Held Unconstitutional

Illinois Eavesdropping Law Held Unconstitutional A unanimous Illinois Supreme Court, while reversing the conviction of a person charged with secretly recording the conversation of a Cook County court reporter, held that the Illinois Eavesdropping Act was unconstitutional. The concerned statute requires a person to obtain…>read more

No Comment March 22, 2014

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