Attorneys say ComEd walking back admission to Feds
The Chicago Crusader
December 23, 2021
Accusing Commonwealth Edison (ComEd) of flipping on its admission to the Feds that the utility benefitted more than $150 million as a result of its unlawful bribery of former Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan, the lead attorneys with the Romanucci & Blandin and DiCello Levitt Gutzler law firms accused ComEd of “behaving with arrogance” and attempting to pick its own punishment.
They filed a Cook County class action lawsuit against ComEd and Exelon last year  in an effort to recover damages they say were caused by ComEd’s admission of a bribery scheme.
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