Blog Post
09/21/2022
By Brandon R. Clark

A federal jury in the Northern District of Illinois recently awarded nearly $23 million to the developer of a luxury hotel in Chicago’s trendy West Loop arising from multiple breaches of contract and fraud by its design-builder.  What is particularly striking about the judgment in NHC LLC v. Centaur Construction Co. Inc., et al., No.

Blog Post
06/30/2022
By W. Matthew Bryant

Case: Bain v. Airoom, LLC, 2022 IL App (1st) 211001

A recent Illinois appellate decision warns that overbroad form arbitration agreements in construction contracts may be unenforceable.

Blog Post
06/13/2022
By James Rohlfing

On June 10, 2022, Governor J.B.

Blog Post
04/27/2021
By W. Matthew Bryant

Under a recent Illinois appellate court decision, local Illinois construction industry groups were held to have standing to sue Cook County, Illinois, but those groups lost on their substantive claim that the County had violated an amendment to the Illinois Constitution. See Illinois Road and Transportation Builders Association v. County of Cook, 2021 IL App (1st) 190396, 2021 WL 824842 (Mar. 3, 2021).

Pages