Northern District (IL) Examines Intentional and Negligent Infliction Claims Against Condo Association

“Maggie”, “Mr. Kitty” and “Carmel Cream”. The song titles of some ’80s “hair metal” power ballads (an oxymoron?)? Or perhaps the stage names of the hired help at your local (cough) adult entertainment venue? Nyet. And nyet. But they are the names of the plaintiff’s cats who figure prominently in Myers v. Condominiums of Edelweiss, Inc., 2013 WL 4597973 (N.D.Ill. August 29, 2013).    Read more……


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