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Law

The price of failure: Data-center power outage cost Sears $2.2M in profit

Bribery trial begins for former Ald. Ambrosio Medrano

Condo owners sue to block Wolf Point project

Gambling group sues to block Cook County tax

Measure allowing for new firefighter test moves forward

Steps are being taken to comply with the terms of a settlement that will give 138 former female firefighter applicants the option to reapply for a job with the Chicago Fire Department.

The City Council Committee on Workforce Development and Audit approved an ordinance Wednesday that would permit the city’s fire commissioner to enter into agreements with outside agencies to provide training and testing for “prospective members” of the fire department. Existing law grants the commissioner authority to contract with entities for the provision of services for current members only.

Allscripts sues Merchandise Mart over Google project

Donald Trump Chicago trial: Jury sides with 'The Apprentice' star in condo case

Hearing set in lawsuits over Chicago Public Schools closings

Citadel, others sue exchanges for improper charges

Illinois Sports Facilities Authority will pay legal tab for Jim Thompson

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