Publications

Illinois Bar Journal

The Magazine of Illinois Lawyers

February 2002Volume 90Number 2Pages 53-104

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Practice News

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Illinois Law Update

Condominium buyers and implied warranty of habitability; petition to modify child support can't delay enforcement; and more.

See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.

Articles

70
Criminal Law and Procedure | By
Michele M. Jochner
In last term's Kyllo decision, the Supreme Court restricted police power to use sense-enhancing technology. Here's an analysis of the decision and its implications.
76
Judges and Judiciary | By
Hon. Patrick E. McGann
A review of the ethical limitations on Illinois judicial campaigns.
80
Estate Planning | By
Richard A. Campbell
and
Mary C. Talarico
More than ever, estate planners need to provide as much flexibility as possible.
88
Evidence | By
Richard B. Foster
and
Charles E. Harper
The authors recommend repeal of the law that prohibits admission of evidence of seat belt non-use.
93
Tort Law | By
David F. Monteleone
This author argues that plaintiffs can ignore the disclosure provisions.

Columns

60
President’s Page | By
Tim Eaton
When I was growing up in Decatur, I had an image of lawyers that has shaped my view of our profession later in life.
95
Law Office Management & Technology | By
Todd Flaming
Do you find yourself printing e-mail missives and saving the paper? Here's a better way to create an e-mail archive.
97
Legal Communication | By
Maureen B. Collins
Interrogatories and depositions each have their strengths and weaknesses; here are basic guidelines for deciding when to use which discovery technique.
99
Malpractice Prevention Update | By
Karen J. Dilibert
Don't let your brainchildren be like the proverbial cobbler's shoeless kids; lawyer, protect your IP rights.