Editor: David Reiss
Brooklyn Law School

August 28, 2017

Monday’s Adjudication Roundup

By Jamila Moore

  • A Florida developer is not giving up on it’s $10 million takings case. Florida’s Department of Environmental Protection won in the Florida court system against the developer; however, the developer petitioned the United States Supreme Court after Florida’s highest court refused to hear the case.
  • A Freedom Mortgage Co. former employee filed a suit against the company based on racial discrimination. The employee, alleged Freedom Mortgage Co. made decisions regarding his employment due to his race; however, a Seventh Circuit panel determined the ex-employee lacked sufficient evidence to prove his claim.
  • An Illinois construction company is in trouble with the state’s attorney general’s office. The Illinois attorney general office sued Katlia Construction Inc., alleging the company swindled residents out of more than $300,000 for work not completed or work completed below the industry standard.
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