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Illinois — Groeper v. Fitts Management Group, No. 1-17-0864, decided March 4, 2019. The Illinois Appellate Court ruled that it was not improper to dismiss a suit brought against foreign corporations on the grounds that they had not qualified in the state. The Illinois corporation law provides that unqualified corporations doing business in the state cannot bring an action in state courts but allows them to defend an action.