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Examines Illinois Appellate Court ruling that lack of jury trial didn’t outweigh untimely motion nor void judgment made when court had proper jurisdiction


The Illinois First District Court of Appeals recently decided Babich v. Copernicus Foundation, 2019 IL App (1st) 181537-U (April 26, 2019). Babich is yet another chapter in the long line of slip-and-fall cases litigated in Illinois. This particular chapter concluded in favor of the premises owner, who was found to have fulfilled the duty owed to an invitee. Although not formally reported, Babich provides guidance to premises owners that might encounter this relatively common situation.

In Babich, an event attendee slipped on spilled wine which caused him to fall and resulted in a ...

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