Illinois Supreme Court to Hear Arguments in Five Civil Cases This Week

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The civil portion of the Illinois Supreme Court’s argument docket for the January term begins tomorrow morning at 9:30 a.m. in the Court’s temporary courtroom on the 18th floor of the Michael A. Bilandic Building, 160 N. LaSalle Street, Chicago. The cases, with questions presented, are:

Call Wednesday, January 22, 2014:

  • Home Star Bank and Financial Services v. Emergency Care and Health Organization, No. 115526 – Does the Good Samaritan Act, 745 ILCS 49/25, immunize a physician from liability for alleged negligence when he is paid by a physician group to provide emergency services to patients in a hospital? For more details and a link to the Appellate Court opinion, see here.
  • People ex rel. Madigan v. Burge, Nos. 115635, 115645 -- May the Attorney General challenge the actions of the Police Pension Board through a separate lawsuit in the Circuit Court, or are the Board's actions subject to review only by routine administrative review? For more details and a link to the Appellate Court opinion, see here.

Call Thursday, January 23, 2014:

  • Nelson v. County of Kendall, No. 116303 – Is the office of the State's Attorney a "public body" subject to the state Freedom of Information Act? For more details, see here, and for a link to the Appellate Court opinion, see here.
  • BAC Home Loans Servicing, LP v. Mitchell, No. 116311 – Does waiver of a personal jurisdiction objection operate retrospectively, validating everything that has gone before, or only prospectively? For more details and a link to the Appellate Court opinion, see here.
  • In re Marriage of Tiballi, No. 116319 -- When a parent voluntarily dismisses a petition to change custody, can he or she be hit with the fees of a court-appointed child psychologist as costs? For more details, see here, and for a link to the Appellate Court opinion, see here.

 

Topics:  FOIA, Healthcare, Medical Malpractice, Negligence, Personal Jurisdiction, Waivers

Published In: Administrative Agency Updates, Civil Procedure Updates, Family Law Updates, Personal Injury Updates

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