Where a party seeks to show that they have an implied right of action because no adequate...

Civil procedure — implied right of action – Chicago Daily Law Bulletin

Where a party seeks to show that they have an implied right of action because no adequate remedy is provided by statute, they must demonstrate that the law provides no adequate remedy, not merely that the statutory remedy has not been applied in the instant case.The 1st District Appellate Court affirmed the decision of Cook County Circuit Judge Sanjay T. Tailor.Mary Terry Carmichael was an employee of Union Pacific Railroad Company (UPRC) and in that capacity was being transported by Professional Transportation Inc. (PTI …

 

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