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Illinois Bar Journal

The Magazine of Illinois Lawyers

March 2007Volume 95Number 3Pages 109-160

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Practice News

124
Illinois Law Update

Hearing to rescind suspended driver's license must occur within 30 days; bad-faith requirement for attorney fees to defendant under Consumer Fraud Act; condo buyers at foreclosure sale must pay association fees; and more.

See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.

Articles

128
Ethics | By
Helen W. Gunnarsson
Odds are you'll be on the receiving end of an ARDC complaint. How should you respond?
132
Employment / Immigration Law | By
Minnie Fu
and
Neil H. Dishman
DHS is stepping up enforcement against companies suspected of employing unauthorized workers. Here's how to survive a DHS investigation.
136
Real Estate Law | By
Richard F. Bales
The land surveyor made a mistake - what are the damages? The defenses? Who can recover? This article explores those questions from the plaintiffs' and defense perspectives.
142
Civil Practice | By
Leon I. Finkel
and
Bradley A. Silva
It's a huge mistake to think that every motion after final judgment tolls the deadline for filing an appeal. Here's a review of the statutory and case law.
146
Employment / Tort Law | By
Eugene K. Hollander
A recent seventh circuit case bucked convention and allowed a state tort claim in an employment discrimination action.

Columns

114
Letters
Series LLC Pitfalls.
116
President’s Page | By
Irene F. Bahr
Lawyers stand at the gates to challenge tyranny and abuse of power.
150
Civil Practice | By
Professor Jeffrey A. Parness
Wholesale adoption of federal discovery rules by Illinois State courts may be unwise.
152
Business Law | By
Lin Hanson
Written agreements allow you to define relationships among shareholders, members, and partners.
154
For New Lawyers
When and how do you file a motion?
156
Finding Illinois Law | By
Tom Gaylord
They can be hard to come by online - here's where to find them.