Illinois Supreme Court Handing Down Bartlow and Evanston Insurance on Friday Morning

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The Illinois Supreme Court has announced that it will file opinions in two civil cases on Friday morning at 10 a.m. The cases and issues presented are:

Evanston Insurance Co. v. Riseborough, No. 114271 - Does the statute of repose for actions against attorneys “arising out of an act or omission in the performance of professional services” apply only to actions for professional negligence brought by a former client of the attorney? Our detailed summary of the underlying facts and lower court opinions is here.

Bartlow v. Costigan, No. 115152 -- Are the administrative fines imposed by the Illinois Department of Labor under the Employee Classification Act unconstitutional? Our detailed summary of the underlying facts and lower court opinions is here. Our report on the oral argument is here.

Evanston was argued May 16 of last year, meaning that the case has been under submission 281 days. Bartlow was argued September 17, and has been under submission for 157 days. Last year, the median days under submission for non-unanimous decisions was 185.79 days, and for unanimous decisions, 103.7 days.

 

Topics:  Fees, Fines, Insurers

Published In: Administrative Agency Updates, Civil Procedure Updates, Constitutional Law Updates, Labor & Employment Updates, Professional Malpractice Updates

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