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Results: 72 Article(s) Found.

Pavlik and Smithey v. Federal Deposit Insurance Company, et al.

Pavlik and Smithey v. Federal Deposit Insurance Company, et al., No. 10-cv-816 (N.D. Ill.); we sued the FDIC to force the agency to turn over some $2 million received from the wrongdoer in a massive check-kiting scheme at the Pilsen-based Universal Federal Savings Bank, seized by the FDIC.

 

Brown v. Universal Fidelity Corp., (n/k/a Universal Fidelity, L.P.)

Action against debt purchaser who unilaterally changed terms of agreements that uninsured motorists who were at fault in accidents with Allstate-insured drivers entered into with Allstate. Prevailed on motions to dismiss and summary judgment, and the case is currently proceeding despite debtor’s bankruptcy filing.

 

Ryan v. Consentino

Ryan v. Cosentino, 776 F. Supp. 386 (N.D. Ill. 1991), 793 F. Supp. 822 (N.D. Ill. 1992), and 1995 WL 516603 (N.D. Ill. August 24, 1995) ($14 million judgment obtained for corrupt loans to public officials in exchange for deposits of State monies without interest).

 

People ex rel. Sklodowski v. State

People ex rel. Sklodowski v. State, 284 Ill. App. 3d 809 (1st Dist. 1996), see also, 162 Ill.2d 117 (1994) and 182 Ill. 2d 220 (1997), we blocked the State’s conversion of $51 million from the State Pensions Fund to State general budget use, and initially established the courts’ power to compel State Officials to comply with statutory minimum contribution obligations for Illinois’ five funded retirement systems to correct a shortfall now totaling $3.4 billion.

 

Ryan v. City of Chicago

We 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.​

 

Mario Tricoci "Ethnic Hair Charge" Litigation

Settlement refunding charges for separate "ethnic" price list for salon services.

 

In re Illinois Bell

Firm recovered $3.5 million over disputed late charges and surcharges.

 

In re Commonwealth Edison 1990 Chicago Power Outages

The firm recovered $4 million for some 63,000 low-income customers for damages from extended power outages.​

 

DeGradi v. KB Holdings, Inc.

Obtained $3 million settlement from a toy store company who allegedly improperly manipulated product prices to the public.

 

Beckwith Place L.P. v. General Electric Co.

Certified nationwide class against General Electric arising from dishwashers containing a defective switch causing fires; case settled.

 
 
Results: 72 Article(s) Found.

 

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