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A former Illinois county judge's efforts to escape criminal fraud charges failed again Tuesday when a federal court rejected her argument that the grand jury testimony was perjured and declined to dismiss the indictment.
The Illinois Supreme Court has censured a lawyer for failing to prevent his disbarred wife from practicing in his office.
Surgical staff at Chicago’s Northwestern Memorial Hospital allegedly reused a syringe previously used on an HIV-positive patient, according to a suit brought Tuesday in Illinois state court by a patient who claims he was exposed to the virus and misled by the hospital for a month before it admitted the mistake.
Sidley Austin LLP has added Andrew Cardonick, who formerly helped lead Greenberg Traurig LLP's finance practice, to its global finance practice as a partner in Chicago, the firm announced Wednesday.
AndroGel and other testosterone replacement therapy drugs increase the risk of dangerous blood clots in men who use them, a Yale School of Medicine physician testifying for an AndroGel user suing AbbVie Inc. told an Illinois federal jury Wednesday.