4 Biggest Illinois Decisions Of 2018

By Lauraann Wood (December 14, 2018, 7:49 PM EST) -- The Illinois Supreme Court made it easier to pursue judgments against distributors in product liability suits, and State Farm agreed to pay $250 million to end accusations it bought an Illinois Supreme Court judge, marking two of the biggest Illinois decisions of the year.

The Seventh Circuit upheld Chicago's win of a nationwide injunction that blocked a grant requirement widely viewed as a means to block so-called sanctuary city immigration policies. And in the first year under mandatory e-filing, an intermediate state appellate court issued a ruling that made clear lawyers are still responsible for meeting deadlines, even with unfamiliar technology....

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