Thank you for your question.
As I understand your situation, your neighbor, whom is a doctor and whom you have reported for HIPPA violations, is retaliating against you by setting up a camera on top of his house which looks onto your property. In the past he has retaliated by suing you for stalking. However, you won this lawsuit and had his case dismissed.
You can sue the doctor for "malicious prosecution
" for the filing of the frivolous stalking lawsuit against you. You can also sue the doctor for invasion of privacy for setting up the camera which is looking down onto your property.
In Illinois, Malicious Prosecution is the claim you can bring when you can prove: (1) the defendant brought a civil or criminal suit against you maliciously and without probable cause; (2) you won the lawsuit; and (3) this has caused you special damages
beyond the usual expense, time or annoyance of defending the underlying lawsuit.
Further, under Illinois law, if a neighbor's security camera is pointed so that it captures what is going on inside your home (i.e., it is directed at your windows or at your back yard specifically), then you may take legal action to force the neighbor to direct the cameras under an invasion of privacy theory.
If you plan on bringing either of these claims, it would be best to do so through an attorney, as they are not simple claims and legal representation
would be your wisest course of action.
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