DuPage Co. (ECWd) –
Federal Judge Wood issued an order May 5th, 2017, regarding the appeal requested by the College of Dupage and the Board members named in the case. The order was granted which puts a stay in place on all proceedings pending the appeal.
“Defendants Bernstein, Hamilton, Mazzochi, and Napolitano’s motion t0 stay all proceedings pending appeal  and Defendant Board of Trustees of Community College District No. 502, DuPage County, Illinois’s (“Board”) motion to certify for interlocutory appeal  are granted.”
In addition, the Judge denied Breuder’s claim that their request for appeal was frivolous as well as denying their motion to strike the exhibits and certain portions of the COD reply.
“Plaintiff’s cross-motion to certify Defendants Bernstein, Hamilton, Mazzochi, and Napolitano’s appeal as frivolous  is denied. Plaintiff’s motion to strike the exhibits to and certain portions of the College of DuPage’s reply  is denied as moot. See accompanying Statement for details.”
We suspect this step will lead to a dismissal of key parts of the Breuder lawsuit.
Andy ReamPosted at 13:31h, 08 May
As I recall, Brueder spent a boat load of
taxpayer money on things that benefited
himself. It appears no one cares to much about recouping those funds on the taxpayers behalf. Where is the State’s
Attorney, FBI and other enforcement groups such as the IRS?
Canine HandlerPosted at 18:51h, 09 May
Illinois Attorney General Pushes Student-Loan Transparency Bill.
” Instead of telling you about income- driven programs, they’re putting you in forbearance or a deferment, where you are continuing to gain interest, making your loan larger at the end of the day,”Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan says.
All over Facebook trying to make a difference.