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Results: 72 Article(s) Found.

LVNV Funding, LLC v. Trice

2011 IL App. (1st) 092,773 (action against debt collector who pursued collection against debtors without being licensed; prevailed in unlicensed debt collector’s motion for rehearing of Order affirming lower court’s decision to void debt collector’s judgment against debtor for lack of license). On November 30, 2011 LVNV’s petition for leave to appeal was denied.

 

In re TSIC, Inc., f/k/a The Sharper Image Corporation

Sharper Image Gift Card holders certified to proceed as a class claim in the Sharper Image bankruptcy. ​

 

DVI Inc. Securities Litigation

639 F.3d 623 (3d Cir. 2011) (affirming district court’s grant of class certification and rejecting auditor defendant’s challenges to loss causation and institutional investors’ adequacy and typicality to represent a Class of stock and bond purchasers)

 

Primax Recoveries Inc. v. Sevilla

324 F.3d 544 (7th Cir. 2003) (successfully argued to the Seventh Circuit that federal law did not preempt health insured’s state law claims seeking application of Illinois’ common fund doctrine to insurer’s reimbursement lien asserted against insured’s third-party recoveries; and that insurer’s strategic waiver in state court barred its claims in federal court). In 2011, after 15 years of litigation, the firm obtained full recovery for the class, plus pre- and post-judgment interest.

 

Ryan v. Gifford et al.

We were initial and co-lead counsel in Delaware Chancery Court derivative litigation challenging Maxim Integrated Products Inc.’s backdated employee stock option practices. The legal victory that we achieved in this case was ground-breaking in favor of investors and is considered the primary cited Delaware case on corporate governance. Ryan v. Gifford, 918 A.2d 341 (Del. Ch. Feb. 6, 2007)).

 

City of Chicago v. Korshak

In City of Chicago v. Korshak, 206 Ill.App.3d 968 (1st Dist. 1990) and Retired Chicago Police Ass’n v . City of Chicago, 7 F.3d 584 (7th Cir. 1992) (parallel state and federal cases), the Krislov firm forced the City of Chicago to continue a fixed-rate subsidized plan of retiree health care insurance for 21,000 annuitants and their families, and, despite setbacks during various periods, successfully had these claims restored by the Illinois appellate court. City v. Korshak, Ill.App. unpublished​

 

Cima v. WellPoint Healthcare Network

Complaint upheld against WellPoint and its Unicare and other affiliates, labeling their actions to grow by acquiring profitable healthcare systems while manipulating the insurance laws to re-rate or rid itself of those most in need of health insurance as “certainly immoral, oppressive, unethical and unscrupulous.”

 

Bryant and DelGado v. Bd of Election Commissioners

Krislov Law took the lead in pro bono litigation to enforce Illinois' prohibition on felons holding municipal office. Taking up the gauntlet against corruption in Illinois politics, we brought litigation challenging the Election Board’s determination to permit previously convicted felons from holding municipal office.

 

Zessar v. Helander

In another voting rights victory, the Krislov firm obtained class certification of a bi-lateral class of all absentee voters whose ballots were rejected without receiving notice until after the canvass of votes (so their votes were not counted) and against a defendant class of all 111 Illinois election authorities, ensuring that absentee ballot voters have uniform rights statewide.

 

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

 
 
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