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Victory Before Illinois Appellate Court –Second District

February 12, 2019 (Illinois Appellate Court):  After prevailing in an administrative hearing and before the Circuit Court (Kendall County), we represented a Naperville business before the Illinois Appellate Court (Second District, in Elgin, Illinois) with regard to an appeal filed …

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Metro Link Overtime Lawsuit

NOTICE OF PENDING LAWSUIT AGAINST METRO LINK ABOUT OVERTIME   TO:      Persons who: (a) at any time since November 30, 2014 to the present have been employed by Metro Link IL, LLC, or an entity with common ownership,  (“Metro …

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Brickstone Class Action Settlement Approved

Restaurant workers sue under Illinois wage, minimum wage, and federal overtime law. On November 5, 2018, the United States District Court in Chicago, Illinois entered approval of our class action settlement against Bourbounnais, Illinois based Brickstone Brewery.  We anticipate that …

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Civil Rights Victory- Service Animals Denied Access To Place of Public Accomodation

We resolved two cases recently involving our clients being denied access to a place of public accommodation because they had a service animal (a service dog) with them.  In the first, case, our client and his son were denied access …

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DuPage County Litigation Victory

Firm Obtains Summary Judgment For Client In DuPage County Lawsuit We were hired to defend a DuPage County, Illinois business in a breach of contract action stemming from the creation of custom made software products under the direction of Konica …

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