Last week the Northern District of Illinois held in Magnetek, Inc. v. Travelers Indem. Co., 2019 WL 3037080 (N.D. Ill. July 11, 2019), that Travelers
As we previously reported in February 2017, an Illinois federal judge denied a motion to dismiss two complaints brought under the Illinois Biometric
Claims involving terms of degree are not inherently indefinite, and have been found definite where they provide enough certainty to one of skill in
An employer who allegedly posted to an employee's Facebook and Twitter accounts without her consent may face liability for its actions, according to a federal judge in Illinois.
A class action complaint filed on December 9, 2009, in Illinois federal court alleges that WideOpen West, Finance, LLC ("WOW"), an Internet service provider, violated its users' privacy by "installing spyware devices on its broadband networks."