Harvey Levin, a former Illinois senior assistant attorney general, has been pursuing his age discrimination case against the state for more than six years. And although the U.S. Supreme Court had announced it would be open for business despite the federal government shutdown, he still was worried, four days out, that his case—the first of the new term—would be delayed.
A Personal Stake in Age Discrimination Case
The National Law Journal
October 7, 2013