Illinois case law non immunity to state actors. Scumbags as well

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Illinois Defamation Law

… for defamation in Illinois is one (1) year. See 735 ILCS 5/13-201 Illinois has adopted the single publication rule by statute. See 740 ILCS 165/1 . For a definition of the “single publication rule,” see …

Legal Guide – DMLP Staff – 08/19/2013 – 8:44am – 0 comments – 0 attachments

Illinois Right of Publicity Law

… , the Right of Publicity Act, is codified at 765 ILCS 1075 . You should familiarize yourself with the statute, especially …

Legal Guide – DMLP Staff – 05/03/2013 – 5:08pm – 0 comments – 0 attachments

Illinois Statute of Limitations for Intrusion Claims

… for intrusion claims in Illinois is 1 year. See 735 ILCS 5/13-201 . Intrusion claims are governed by the same limitation period …

Legal Guide – DMLP Staff – 03/02/2008 – 10:10am – 0 comments – 0 attachments

Prenda Law v. Godfread

 

Date: 02/12/2013 Status: Pending Disposition: n/a
Type: Lawsuit Location: Illinois Publication: Blog; Email; Forum

This action is closely linked to two other threats in the database: Steele v. Godfread and Duffy v. Godfread. Plaintiff Prenda Law is a law firm that has brought numerous plaintiff-side copyright cases concerning the sharing of movies…

 

Legal Threat – DMLP Staff – 08/14/2013 – 3:28pm – 0 comments

Bloggers Are Not Journalists, Illinois Juvenile Court Judge Declares

… proceedings. The provision addressing access, 705 ILCS 405/1-5 , states: The general public except for the news …

Blog Post – David Ardia – 10/16/2007 – 12:19am – 0 comments – 0 attachments

The Score in Illinois: First Amendment 2, Eavesdropping Law 1

… justifying that expectation .   720 ILCS 5/14-1(d) (emphasis added). In other words, the law applies regardless of …

Blog Post – Jeff Hermes – 12/04/2012 – 9:24am – 0 comments – 2 attachments

Peoria County Juvenile Court v. Hopkins

 

Date: 07/25/2007 Status: Concluded Disposition: n/a
Type: Denial of Access Location: Illinois Publication: Blog

Elaine Hopkins, a blogger from Peoriastory.com and former newspaper reporter, sought to observe and cover a juvenile court hearing in Peoria, Illinois. After the assistant state’s attorney Susan Lucas objected to Hopkins’ presence in the courtroom, Judge Albert Purham, Jr….

 

 

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