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Illinois Bar Journal

The Magazine of Illinois Lawyers

March 2001Volume 89Number 3Pages 105-156

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Practice News

116
Illinois Law Update

Speedy Trial Act; retaliatory discharge and demotion; 92nd General Assembly underway; and more.

See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.

Articles

120
Corporations | By
Jacquelyne M. Belcastro
Despite its apparent finality, the "survival statute" may not prevent post-dissolution litigation, a review of Illinois cases shows.
128
Corporations | By
Fredrick B. Weber
Find out how IRC section 509(a)(3) supporting organizations can be an attractive alternative to traditional foundations.
134
Employment Law | By
Spencer R. Wood
Employers face serious liability risks when they investigate and monitor workers.
138
Employment Law/Health Law | By
Todd A. Lyon
Can new labor organizations created by the AMA strengthen the hand of doctors and patients in the face of growing HMO power?.
143
Civil Practice | By
Ian H. Fisher
Rule 68 can require plaintiffs to pay defendants' costs for refusing a judgment offer.
147
Administrative Law | By
James M. Reilly
Municipal administrative adjudication works, says the director of Chicago's Department of Administrative Hearings.

Columns

110
Letters to the Editor
Rule 213 not the answer.
112
The Lawyer’s Journal | By
Bonnie C. McGrath
Real Property Disclosure Act; legal department summon(s)ed in error; questions of law now collaterally estoppable; and more.
149
Law Office Management & Technology | By
Paul Sullivan
You risk financial penalty if you treat an employee as an independent contractor.
151
Legal Communication | By
Sue Liemer
Want to improve your writing in a hurry? Go heavy on the verbs, easy on the nouns.
153
Finding Illinois Law | By
Adria P. Olmi
Cornell Law School, a cyberspace pioneer, still offers some of the best online resources for lawyers.