Family Of Chequita Adams To Get $4.9 Million From City In Crash During Chase Of Off-Duty OfficerChequita Adams was killed in a high-speed chase in June 2017, when an off-duty officer fleeing from police slammed into her car.
Two Wrong Raids By Chicago Police Result In Nearly $500,000 Bill For TaxpayersIn both cases, city attorneys conceded that officers had no legitimate reason to break into the victims’ homes.
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.
Does Equifax Owe You? How To Find Out If You Were Affected By 2017 Data Breach, And File A Claim Of $700 Million SettlementThe largest data breach in the nation came and went in the headlines two years ago, but many people still don’t know they’re victims and aren’t aware of a settlement that could put money in their pockets.
University Of Chicago To Pay $2.6M In Malpractice Lawsuit
Lawyer: Deal Close In Weinstein Sexual Misconduct LawsuitsHarvey Weinstein also faces criminal charges in New York of rape and performing a forcible sex act. His trial is scheduled to begin in September. The settlement wouldn't resolve his criminal case.
Chicago, Two CPD Officers To Pay $21 Million Settlement After Woman Killed As Result Of High Speed ChaseThe City of Chicago and two police officers will pay more than $21 million to the family of a woman killed during a high speed chase in Englewood.
Indiana Man Wins Wage Dispute, But Judge Awards Just $35Joe Lehman was seeking $3,543 he said Thor Industries' Postle Aluminum division owed him for lunch breaks he didn't take while working as a truck driver for about a year and a half.
Yahoo To Pay $117.5M In Latest Settlement Of Massive BreachThe money will be paid by Yahoo's current owner, Verizon, and Altaba, a holdover from Yahoo's past.
Chicago Poised To Pay $5.25 Million In Police Torture CaseSmith spent about 20 years in prison for a 1983 slaying before his conviction was dismissed.
Papa John's, John Schnatter Reach Settlement AgreementPapa John's, which was founded in 1984, has been floundering after a series of missteps by Schnatter, who blamed disappointing sales on NFL player protests and used the N-word during a company conference call. Schnatter stepped down as CEO in late 2017 and resigned as chairman last July.
Jurgen Klinsmann Received $3.35M Settlement From USSFHe was fired in November 2016 after an 0-2 start in the final round of World Cup qualifying in North and Central America and the Caribbean. His contract was settled for $3,354,167, the tax filing said.
Cook County OKs $24M Settlement With 3 Wrongly Convicted MenThe Cook County Board has approved a $24 million settlement for three of four men who were wrongfully convicted of a woman's 1994 rape and murder.
Chicago State Agrees To Pay $650K To Settle Blog LawsuitThe university faced many financial problems in recent years, with officials declaring a financial emergency in 2016. The university has paid multiple settlements to employees who filed whistleblower lawsuits, including $4.3 million to a school official who was fired after accusing the school's former president of misconduct.
Madigan: Neiman Marcus To Pay $1.5M In Multi State Data BreachAccording the Illinois General's office, around 370,000 payment cards, including more than 19,000 from Illinois customers, were compromised.