Publications

Illinois Bar Journal

The Magazine of Illinois Lawyers

July 2004Volume 92Number 7Pages 325-380

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Practice News

340
Illinois Law Update

Standing an affirmative defense in will contests; Illinois zero-tolerance law does not deny equal protection; death-penalty sentencing revisions; and more.

See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.

Articles

344
Litigation | By
Mark E. McNabola
The author argues that the Illinois approach is a disincentive to well-prepared, thorough depositions.
352
Tort Law | By
Jennifer E. Simms
A discussion of the doctrine, its exception, and its applicability to children.
356
Health Care / Family | By
Theodore R. LeBlang
A look at how recent cases have construed the nature and scope of the immunity.
363
Litigation / Expert Witnesses | By
Hon. Robert J. Steigmann
Here's an appellate court justice's framework for analyzing Frye issues.
365
Criminal Law / Civil Rights | By
Hon. William James Haddad
and
James C. Murray Jr.
Illinois law gives the state broad power to seize drug and crime assets; here's how to mount a challenge.

Columns

332
President’s Page | By
Ole Bly Pace III
As my brief stewardship of this office begins, you may be wondering what the guy with the odd name will be doing, and why.
371
Legal Communication | By
Maureen B. Collins
These books and Web sites make mastering grammar…well, if not fun, at least less painful.
373
Finding Illinois Law | By
Thomas Keefe
Someone else's brief can serve as the starting point; maybe even the foundation; for yours. But how do you find one? Here are some possibilities.