Since Chicago’s Mobile Food Vendor Ordinance passed in 2012, local food truck owners and operators have been fighting against the restrictive ordinance and the various court rulings that upheld the confining regulations limiting how and where these small businesses...
This past month, the Supreme Court issued a decision that officially allows Apple to be sued for charging a commission on apps bought from developers for its devices, leading to high prices that are not considered competitive in a recent Apple vs Pepper case.
I think that this particular case of pension favoritism is important for the citizens of Illinois to understand because it really shows the deep problems within our statewide pension system.
Are you thinking about becoming a doctor? Or are you just starting out? Maybe you should carefully consider your long-term options and perhaps find a more medical profession-friendly state.
On January 25, 2019, the Illinois Supreme Court ruled companies can now be sued if they collect biometric data such as fingerprints or face prints without informed opt-in consent. It was also ruled that users don't need to prove identity fraud or physical harm as...
Across the country, states are starting to look into and introducing requirements for students to take financial literacy courses in high school. Should Illinois?
Across the country, the food truck scene has continued to grow and become more popular, but sadly in Chicago, the small businesses efforts are quickly stifled. What’s more, food trucks appear to be coming to smaller venues too, including tiny suburban villages
Will the verdict decide that this act is only able to recover damages after something happens to their private information or will it be able to protect them from it even happening in the first place?
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