Illinois Supreme Court Allows Petitions for Leave to Appeal in Eight New Civil Cases

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Last week, the Illinois Supreme Court allowed petitions for leave to appeal in eight new civil cases. They are:

Sheffler v. Commonwealth Edison Co., 399 Ill.App.3d 51 (1st Dist., 2010), which involves the question of whether a complaint seeking injunctive and damages relief in connection with defendant’s alleged failure to give priority, in restoring power after storms, to customers dependent on electric life support system, fell within the exclusive jurisdiction of the Illinois Commerce Commission; Genius v. County of Cook, 398 Ill.App.3d 321 (1st Dist 2010), which involves the question of whether the Cook County Employee Appeals Board had jurisdiction to decide disciplinary charges against officer based upon abolished rules...

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