Monthly Archives: October 2020
When There’s No There There: Celotex Motions On The Eve Of Trial
In Illinois, a defendant can bring two kinds of summary judgment motion. The first type of summary judgment motion presents evidence affirmatively showing that some element of the case must be resolved in defendant’s favor. By contrast, the second type … Continue reading
KMA and LeonardMeyer LLP File Amended RICO Class Action Complaint
On September 30, 2020, we sought leave to file an amended class action complaint against SafeSpeed and related persons and entities for violations of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO). Click HERE to see the proposed amended complaint. … Continue reading
What Happens When a Statute of Repose Expires During the April 2020 COVID Lockdown?
The linked brief in opposition to a motion to dismiss suggests that the running of a six-year statute of repose should be tolled during the pendency of the April 2020 COVID-19 lockdown. It would appear that the Court’s ruling on … Continue reading