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Louis Meyer’s Legal Cases

7 total

  • Gillispie v. City of Chicago

    Practice Area:
    Civil Rights
    Outcome:
    Jury Verdict in favor of Plaintiff
    Description:
    A False arrest and Excessive Force case
  • Redmond v. City of Chicago

    Practice Area:
    Civil Rights
    Outcome:
    Jury verdict in favor of Plainiff
    Description:
    A false arrest case against three Chicago police officers
  • Omelogu v. University of Illinois at Chicago

    Practice Area:
    Civil Rights
    Date:
    Nov 09, 2006
    Outcome:
    Verdict for Plaintiff for $365,000
    Description:
    Civil Rights case against UIC police officers accused of excessive force and malicious prosecution against a UIC Student. This was Louis Meyer's First jury trial
  • Blasy v. Amro Cabinets

    Practice Area:
    Contracts & Agreements
    Outcome:
    verdict for Amro Cabinets
    Description:
    Louis Meyer's client was Amro Cabinets that produced high-end custom cabinets. Mr. Blasy alleged that the cabinets were damaged and wanted to return the cabinets for a refund. Amro Cabinets would not give a refund. Mr. Blasy sued Amro Cabinets
  • People v. John Collins

    Practice Area:
    Criminal Defense
    Outcome:
    A jury found Mr. Meyer's client not guilty on all counts
    Description:
    Louis Meyer represented John Collins who was accussed of felony battery to two Chicago police officers.
  • Lincoln Lee v. Jay Shepler, et. al.

    Practice Area:
    Civil Rights
    Date:
    Sep 22, 2014
    Outcome:
    Verdict for Mr. Lee for $125,000.00
    Description:
    Prisoner Civil Rights case alleging a failure to protect. Mr. Lee requested a cell change as his cellmate had threatened him. The Defendants ignored his request and ten days later, Mr. Lee was attacked. He suffered a black eye, cuts, and lacerations
  • Lovi v. Arlington Heights, et.

    Practice Area:
    Civil Rights
    Date:
    Apr 17, 2015
    Outcome:
    Verdict for $80,000.00
    Description:
    Mr. Lovi was a 72 year-old veteran. The Arlington Heights police came to Mr. Lovi's home without a warrant and removed his legal firearms and FOID card. They refused to give them back until Mr. Lovi retained an attorney. We sued on his behalf for violations of his Civil Rights and won