Improper Venue

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Illinois Supreme Court Holds Improper Venue Not a Jurisdictional Defect in Administrative Review

A unanimous Illinois Supreme Court recently decided Slepicka v. The Illinois Department of Public Health. The Court defined proper venue for an action under state law for judicial review of an administrative decision, and...more

Illinois Supreme Court to Decide Whether Improper Venue in an Administrative Review Case Deprives the Circuit Court of...

Our previews of the new review grants from the Illinois Supreme Court’s January term continue with Slepicka v. State of Illinois, a case from the Fourth District of the Appellate Court. Slepicka poses a question of general...more

Alabama District Court Denies Motion To Dismiss TCPA Claim Arguing Lack Of Personal Jurisdiction, Improper Venue And That...

An Alabama Plaintiff sued New Jersey Defendants for violating the TCPA by sending an unsolicited fax advertising material for answering services provided by Defendant. Defendant filed a Motion to Dismiss challenging Personal...more

Duff v. Innovative Discovery LLC, C.A. No. 7599-VCP (Del. Ch. Dec. 7, 2012) (Parsons, V.C.)

In this memorandum opinion, the Delaware Court of Chancery denied motions to dismiss for lack of subject matter jurisdiction, failure to state a claim upon which relief could be granted, and improper venue. ...more

Challenges To Standing And Venue In Class Action Litigation

Although a class action complaint may foreshadow years of litigation filled with thousands of plaintiffs and millions of dollars in potential damages and costs, there are several early motions that, if successful, may...more

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