Illinois Supreme Court's March Docket Announced


The Illinois Supreme Court has published its docket for the March term in Chicago. The civil cases on the Court's docket include:

Tuesday, March 18, 2014 - 9:30 a.m.

  • The Estate of Perry C. Powell v. John C. Wunsch, No. 115997 & 116009 -- Does the lawyer who brings a wrongful death action owe a duty of care to the next of kin, or only to the estate? Our detailed summary of the facts and underlying court decisions is here.

  • WISAM 1, Inc. v. Illinois Liquor Control Commission, No. 116173 -- (1) Was the plaintiff denied due process when the liquor control commissioner admitted transcripts into evidence and immediately granted the City's motion for a directed finding that plaintiff had violated Section 3-28 of the ordinances of the city of Peoria, justifying summary revocation of the plaintiff's liquor license? (2) Were the transcripts inadmissible, and without them, was there sufficient evidence to support the finding that the plaintiff had violated Section 3-28? Our detailed summary of the facts and underlying court decisions is here.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014 - 9:30 a.m.

  • In re Marriage of Turk, No. 116730 -- 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? Our detailed summary of the facts and underlying court decisions is here.


Topics:  Child Custody, Due Process, Duty of Care, Liquor Control Acts, Wrongful Death

Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, Family Law Updates, Personal Injury Updates, Zoning, Planning & Land Use Updates

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