Judge Provides Negotiation Period in Golf Course Lawsuit

The sides will have 28 days to settle outside of court.

The Chicago Sun-Times reported that a Cook County Circuit Court Judge on Monday gave the two sides in a recent Evanston Wilmette Community Golf Course lawsuit 28 days to try to resolve their differences away from court.

Last week, that two directors of the  had filed a lawsuit against board president John Losasso and the nonprofit association that runs the golf course, alleging that Losasso ignored the association’s bylaws, breached his fiduciary duties and acted nearly unilaterally in various closed-door business dealings.

A full copy of the lawsuit can be viewed in PDF form to the right.

According to the article, the judge worried that a prolonged court case could deplete the defendant’s resources.

Read the full story here.


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