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Illinois Bar Journal

The Magazine of Illinois Lawyers

June 2001Volume 89Number 6Pages 273-328

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Practice News

286
Illinois Law Update

Section 2-109 of Code of Civil Procedure not "special legislation"; no social-host liability for alcohol-related death; and more.

See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.

Articles

290
Tort Law | By
Joseph P. Shannon
and
Jennifer O’Reilly Shelly
A survey of recent appellate cases reveals trends in UM/UIM law.
296
Tort Law | By
David Stevens
The fifth appellate district stands alone in recognizing an exception to the Tort Immunity Act for emergency vehicles.
302
Law and the Military | By
Lt. Colin A. Kisor
and
Lt. John Fojut
Representing a soldier? Suing one? Read this practical guide to the Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act.
308
Health Law | By
Saul J. Morse
and
Robert John Kane
A new law grants advanced practice nurses express authority to diagnose illness and prescribe medicine.
313
Americans with Disabilities Act | By
Gregory H. Andrews
Find out how recent opinions have refined and redefined the ADA.
317
Civil Practice | By
Edward S. Margolis
Section 2-301 of the Code of Civil Procedure may just be the answer.

Columns

278
Letters to the Editor
Real-estate practice: too little fruit, too much labor?
280
President’s Page | By
Herb Franks
The end of the year is a time for an accounting ; what happened that is good, what happened that is not so good.
282
The Lawyer’s Journal | By
Bonnie C. McGrath
Knock-off alert for real estate contract; new Supreme Court Rule 99; time is money, and thus compensable; and more.
319
Law Office Management & Technology | By
Todd Flaming
Applications service providers, or ASPs, rent computer programs over the Web. They can give you more computing power and flexibility for less money, but beware the risks.
321
Legal Communication | By
Maureen B. Collins
For some communication, e-mail is just the thing; other times, only a phone call will do. As you think about what message to send, consider how best to send it.
323
Malpractice Prevention Update | By
Karen J. Dilibert
Before you jump on the train, Jane, read about how tricky it can be to say farewell to your old firm and start or join a new one.