Law360 (Jun 10, 2021, 10:03 pm EDT) – An Illinois federal judge on Thursday had four classes prosecuted for “modest interference” claims detainees said they experienced when Twentieth Century Fox parts of the show “Empire” on a . turned Cook County Detention Center.
U.S. District Judge Rebecca Pallmeyer gave half of the proposed groups attesting Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detention Center inmates in their retried class action claiming they were treated unfairly and that Fox benefited unfairly, as parts of the the show was filmed there in 2015.
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