Family Of Woman Killed On Tracks Sues CTA, Security CompanyThe lawyers allege that the security guard on the platform "failed to provide any assistance whatsoever, despite their close proximity to Felon Smith and knowledge that she was in need of assistance."
Chicago Attorney In Equifax Data Breach Lawsuit Is Youngest Woman To Lead Nationwide Multi-District Class Action CaseAmy Keller is both modest and proud about her role in the Equifax settlement. Alongside three men decades her senior, she launched a lawsuit on behalf of 147 million Americans whose private information was leaked in 2017 when hackers breached Equifax.
Tofurky: Arkansas Meat-Labeling Law UnconstitutionalThe ACLU filed the lawsuit on behalf of the Oregon-based company against Arkansas' Bureau of Standards. Tofurky produces tofu, quinoa and other plant-based "sausages," deli slices and burgers.
Report: YouTube To Pay FTC Fine Over Kids' Data ProtectionConcerns have been raised about how YouTube collects minors' information and also about comments from pedophiles that have plagued the site.
Another Family Sues Chicago Police For Raiding The Wrong Home 3 Times In 4 Months, Pointing Guns At ChildrenA federal civil rights lawsuit has been filed on behalf of a family who said Chicago Police officers raided the wrong home three times this year and pointed guns at children.
96-Year-Old Veteran Left Permanently Disabled After Pipe Bursts In Evanston Nursing Home Now Facing EvictionThe family of a 96-year-old man says the nursing home facility he lives in made him sick and he's now facing eviction.
Family Of Black Indiana Man Killed By Officer Files LawsuitEric Logan's relatives filed the lawsuit Wednesday in federal court. It accuses Sgt. Ryan O'Neill of using excessive deadly force when he shot Logan on June 16.
737 Max Pilot Sues Boeing For Career Damage, 'Severe Emotional And Mental Stress'An anonymous pilot is suing Boeing, alleging the company "demonstrated reckless indifference and conscious disregard for the flying public" in its development of the 737 Max.
CTA Veteran Says He Was Forced To Retire After Blowing The Whistle On Pension Spiking; 'I Feared Further Retaliation'Gino Gerbasi spent 30 years at the CTA as an emergency services worker. He said he retired not because he wanted to, but because of retaliation after he blew the whistle on management.
Disabled Woman To Sue City For Wrongly Towing Van As AbandonedTowing without telling; the city of Chicago is accused of hauling away thousands of cars without properly warning the owners. Now victims are taking the city to court.
Federal Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Seeking To Block Obama Center From Jackson ParkPlans to build Barack Obama's $500 million presidential center in a lakefront Chicago park can move forward, a federal judge said Tuesday, adding that a written ruling dismissing a park advocacy group's lawsuit would follow.
Brittany Hill's Family Plans Lawsuit Over Leaked Chicago Police Department Video Of Her MurderA grieving family is suing the Chicago Police Department, after surveillance video of the fatal shooting of 24-year-old Brittany Hill was leaked on social media.
Family Of Slain Chicago Cab Driver Sues UberTungekar's family seeks $10 million in a lawsuit filed Tuesday. Family attorney Michael Gallagher says Uber knowingly allowed a violent individual to operate as one of its drivers. Uber declined comment.
Another Burge Victim To File A Civil LawsuitAs of now, the total payout to Burge victims is more than 100 million dollars.
McDonald's Says It's Offering Training To Combat HarassmentThe labor group Fight for $15 filed 25 sexual harassment charges against Chicago-based McDonald's with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The American Civil Liberties Union and the Time's Up Legal Defense Fund are providing legal support.