New Legislation: Real-Estate RoundupBy Helen W. GunnarssonFebruary 2002Lawpulse, Page 62Real estate; they're not making any more of it. But that doesn't mean they aren't passing new real-estate-related laws.
Avoiding settlement surprisesBy Helen W. GunnarssonJanuary 2002Lawpulse, Page 10What do you do to keep a settlement from unraveling? And what do you do when it unravels despite your best efforts? Seasoned negotiators offer advice.
Responding to employees’ security fearsBy Helen W. GunnarssonJanuary 2002Lawpulse, Page 10Post-September 11, it's more important than ever to respond appropriately to employee worries about safety in the workplace. But that doesn't mean acceding to unreasonable demands, a Chicago lawyer says.
No more dumpster babies?By Helen W. GunnarssonDecember 2001Lawpulse, Page 620A new law is designed to encourage desperate mothers to leave their newborns in safe places, not dumpsters and doorsteps.
Of mangers and menorahsBy Helen W. GunnarssonDecember 2001Lawpulse, Page 620When do religious holiday displays on public property pass constitutional muster?
Preventive legal care for employersBy Helen W. GunnarssonDecember 2001Lawpulse, Page 620A Chicago attorney offers employment-law audits to her clients. Should you do the same?
Fighting UPLBy Helen W. GunnarssonNovember 2001Lawpulse, Page 564The ISBA's three-front war against the unauthorized practice of law is proceeding.
Mandatory lawyer financial responsibility proposedBy Helen W. GunnarssonNovember 2001Lawpulse, Page 564A special ISBA committee is recommending that lawyers be required to maintain malpractice insurance or some other form of compensation for malpractice victims.
Showing the flagBy Helen W. GunnarssonNovember 2001Lawpulse, Page 564There's a right way and a wrong way under the U.S. Code to display the red, white and blue.
Copy capsBy Helen W. GunnarssonOctober 2001Lawpulse, Page 510A new statute limits copy charges for patient records.
Discussing docs and depsBy Helen W. GunnarssonOctober 2001Lawpulse, Page 510Members of an ISBA online discussion group warm to the subject of whether doctors charge too much for deposition fees.
Grandparents’ visitation; splitting the baby four ways?By Helen W. GunnarssonOctober 2001Lawpulse, Page 510Since the Illinois Supreme Court's Lulay decision, appellate courts have struggled case by case to determine whether grandparents' bids for visitation are constitutional.