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It has been a long, hard struggle, but you have won your case and your client has been vindicated. Your client is happy about the victory,...
01 Jul News
National Fair Housing Advocate "Mentally Disabled Man Wins $160,000 Settlement from Illinois Condo Association and Managers
Partner John Lee represented the plaintiff in this case along with Sharon K. Legenza, Director of the Fair Housing Project Director for the...
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04 Jun Insight
The Illinois Appellate Court dismissed an antitrust action brought by a publisher of hockey programs, which was denied press credentials by...
01 Mar Insight
For some time, the Frye standard has been the unequivocal test for the admission of expert testimony in Illinois. However, Illinois appellate jurisdictions have not uniformly applied the test. The proper method of applying the Frye test to determine the admissibility of expert testimony was set forth in the Illinois Supreme Court™s recent holding of Zachary Donaldson v. Central Illinois Public Service Co., No. 89679, 2002 WL 254042 (Feb. 22, 2002).
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In contrast, where the trial court considered the various factors relevant to forum non conveniens, a motion to transfer may be denied...