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Illinois Bar Journal

The Magazine of Illinois Lawyers

August 2010Volume 98Number 8Pages 385-436

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Practice News

Articles

408
Attorneys | By
Helen W. Gunnarsson
Despite all the energy devoted to collegiality and professionalism, lawyers too often confront rudeness, even hostility, in opponents. Here's what to do.
412
Damages | By
Adam N. Hirsch
The accrued interest on your client's damage award can add up to real money. This article explains how to get it.
416
Family Law | By
Roman J. Seckel
A look at the basics of this little-used but sometimes just-right remedy.
422
Judges | By
Marie C. Fahnert
and
Tracey Daniels
Substituting a judge as of right - even fairly well into your case - is easier than you might think, and easier in some appellate districts than others. Here's a review.
426
Employment Law | By
Samuel G. Wieczorek
This article explores recent case law and gives tips to Illinois practitioners to ensure compliance by their business clients, including those in the pharmaceutical industry.

Columns

390
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392
President’s Page | By
Mark D. Hassakis
Our costly juvenile justice system too often does more harm than good. Fortunately, there's a better way.
404
Legislative Roundup | By
Jim Covington
A summary of key Illinois legislation passed this spring.
430
Loss Prevention | By
Karen Erger
Remember, there's nothing unprofessional about getting paid
432
Judge’s Corner | By
Hon. Ron Spears
The collateral consequences of conviction are often the gravest.
433
New Ethics Rules | By
Katarinna McBride
and
Graham B. Schmidt
What about clients with diminished capacity? Confidentiality and prospective clients? Here's a look.