Publications

Illinois Bar Journal

The Magazine of Illinois Lawyers

June 2013Volume 101Number 6Pages 269-320

Practice News

284
Illinois Law Update

Service by publication on adjudicated disabled person violates due process; news restrictions on demonstrations of vehicles with oscillating lights; amendments to purchasing and contract standards; and more.

See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.

Articles

288
Law Practice Management | By
Ed Finkel
How do you attract new clients and retain existing ones in this economy? Consultants and Illinois lawyers offer battle-tested tips.
292
Estate Planning | By
Daniel P. Felix
The new law allows unbundling of trustee investment and distribution responsibilities and adds a supervising trust protector.
298
Tort Law | By
Eric J. Muñoz
A recent Illinois decision makes it easier for businesses only vicariously liable to limit punitive damages awards.
304
Criminal Law | By
Geoffrey Burkhart
When does the Sixth Amendment require prosecutors to produce a live witness rather than an out-of-court statement against a defendant? Here's a look at the latest developments.
308
Real Estate Law / Mortgage Foreclosure | By
Andrew J. Hawes
The seventh circuit rules that borrowers can sue lenders for state law breach of contract and other claims related to a trial period plan payment agreement.

Columns

274
Comments
Mobile technology - bringing the courts on board.
276
President’s Page | By
John E. Thies
ISBA held a successful Lawyers Feeding Illinois campaign and did much more this busy bar year.
312
Business Law | By
William A. Price
and
Brian Caster
The Dissolution Statute requires claims to accrue before the dissolution or be denied, the high court rules.
314
Loss Prevention | By
Karen Erger
Make sure your professional liability policy is shipshape.
316
Civil Practice | By
Professor Jeffrey A. Parness
While other jurisdictions address discovery challenges posed by ESI, Illinois has yet to act.