Publications

Illinois Bar Journal

The Magazine of Illinois Lawyers

July 2010Volume 98Number 7Pages 333-384

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Practice News

Articles

352
Practice Of Law | By
Helen Gunnarsson
It can help you save time, make money, even avoid malpractice claims, according to legal technologists. Find out whether it's right for you.
362
Criminal Traffic | By
Gary J. Ravitz
Lawyers who misinform clients about supervision could be in for trouble, especially when deportation is at stake.
366
Civil Practice | By
Beth C. Boggs
and
Misty L. Edwards
What are the limits on discovery and admissibility of content gathered on social media sites? This article looks at the emerging case law.
370
Employment Law | By
Hon. William J. Borah
Courts are reluctant to interfere, but they will step in when they can decide based on neutral principles.
374
Trusts and Estates | By
Robert S. Held
Beneficiaries who accept even a small bequest can be estopped from later challenging the will - and the principle applies to trusts, too.

Columns

338
Comments
Jury-service article "spot-on"
340
President’s Page | By
Mark D. Hassakis
They care about strengthening communities, helping children, and more.
376
New Ethics Rules | By
Michael R. Lied
New rules affect lawyers who represent organizations and clients who appear before agencies.
378
Finding Illinois Law | By
Tom Gaylord
Free publications, including the daily e-CFR, make federal regulatory research easy.
380
Real Estate Law | By
Joseph R. Fortunato
and
Steven B. Bashaw
How judges, lawyers, and litigants in Chicagoland are responding to the foreclosure crisis.