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Results: 73 Article(s) Found.

City of Chicago v. Korshak & Retired Chicago Police Association v. City of Chicago

In litigation spanning over 16 years, we have fought for annuitants’ contractual rights to promised lifetime healthcare coverage. Ultimately obtained a settlement which ensures annuitant healthcare coverage through 2013 and beyond for Chicago Police, Firemen, Municipal Employees and Laborers


Cruz v. Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Illinois (FEHBA)

In parallel state and federal litigation over Blue Cross’s claimed reimbursement right against third-party recoveries, the firm obtained summary judgment for Plaintiff and a certified class in the state litigation and successfully vacated the Seventh Circuit’s judgment for Blue Cross before the United States Supreme Court, 126 S.Ct. 2964 (June 26, 2006). State law case settled for $1.5 million, providing full recovery to the certified class.


Coughlin v. Health Care Service Corp (ERISA)

Coughlin v. Health Care Service Corp., d/b/a Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois, 02 C0053 (N.D. Ill.) and Doyle et. al. v. Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois, 00CH14182 (Ill. Cir. Ct., Cook County) ($6.95 Million settlement and injunctive relief in coordinated cases of claims involving Blue Cross’s reimbursement practices).​


In re State Street Fixed Income Funds Litigation

We served as lead counsel for an individual opt-out claim for the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Dubuque, Iowa in connection with their investment in commodities and mortgage-backed securities; recently obtained a favorable confidential settlement.

Dec 08, 2011 11:00 PM

Chicago Parking Meter Lease Litigation

IVI-IPO, et al. v. Lux, et al., No. 09 CH 28993 (Cir. Ct. Cook County, Ill.) (On September 11, 2009 Cook County Chancery Judge Richard Billik, Jr. found reasonable grounds and granted leave to file the Complaint challenging the City’s 75-year lease of the City Parking Meter System.


Chicago Parking Meter Lease Litigation: Judge denies City's motion to dismiss

Judge denies City’s motion to dismiss case to proceed on prohibition on delegating police powers to concessionaire.​


Maxim Corporate Backdating

Corporate Governance: Delaware Chancery Court approves second largest settlement in corporate backdating litigation.


Victory for Institutional and Individual Investors

In an important decision for investor protection and recoveries, the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit affirms certification of class to proceed for DVI stock and notes purchasers against auditors and Directors and Officers.


U.S. Supreme Court Vacates Injunction

Consumer Victory: The United States Supreme Court vacates injunction against consumers that barred pursuit of class claims.


Ryan v. City of Chicago

148 Ill.App.3d 638 (1st Dist. 1986) and 274 Ill.App.3d 483 (1st Dist. 1995) (recovered over $32 million cash, $80 million total benefits, and fundamentally improved the handling of City pension tax levies, ending the City’s illegal use of pension tax levies for its own benefit).

Results: 73 Article(s) Found.


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