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Illinois Bar Journal

The Magazine of Illinois Lawyers

December 2002Volume 90Number 12Pages 617-672

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Practice News

634
Illinois Law Update

Employment agreement violates prohibition against corporate practice of medicine; new crime of conspiracy against civil rights; and more.

See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.

Articles

638
Civil Practice | By
Kristen M. Smith
Courts have been generous in granting change of venue requests, but will the new supreme court take a different tack?
644
Partnerships | By
Steven G. Frost
Effective January 1, Illinois' partnership law will undergo extensive change. Here's a review.
652
Appellate Practice | By
Avidan J. Stern
The Illinois Supreme Court has ruled that parties may appeal rulings at the end of a case even after forgoing an interlocutory appeal.
657
Cross-Examination | By
Joseph B. McDonnell
Cross-examination tips for beginning lawyers.
661
Tort Law | By
Barry David
and
Barth Howard Goldberg
The authors argue that parents are entitled to recover for an unborn child's pain and suffering.

Columns

622
Letters to the Editor
When forum shopping, don't forget the Indian Child Welfare Act.
665
Law Office Management & Technology | By
Todd Flaming
A technolegal tale from the future. And the future is good.
667
Malpractice Prevention Update | By
Karen Dilibert
How can you avoid a massive, Superfund-style client-file cleanup down the road? Here are some pointers.
669
Legal Communication | By
Maureen B. Collins
Avoid these rotten eggs masquerading as arguments and put more Xs in your "win" column.