Collecting on a federal-court judgmentBy Helen W. GunnarssonFebruary 2010Lawpulse, Page 66Here's a step-by-step guide to actually getting that money you won for your client in federal court. The key: effectively using the powerful citation to discover assets.
Bloggers - endorse with careBy Helen W. GunnarssonDecember 2009Lawpulse, Page 598The FTC has issued new guidelines governing product endorsements by bloggers.
Illinois outlaws DWT (driving while texting)By Helen W. GunnarssonDecember 2009Lawpulse, Page 598Effective January 1, drivers aren't allowed to "compose, send, or read an electronic message." Is PA 96-0130 overregulation or overdue?
Where there’s another will, there may be a wayBy Helen W. GunnarssonDecember 2009Lawpulse, Page 598The failure to contest a will does not always bar an action for intentional interference with an expectancy of inheritance, the supreme court rules.
Okay, are you really ready for the Red Flags Rule?By Helen W. GunnarssonNovember 2009Lawpulse, Page 546Implementation of the FTC's Red Flags rule, which requires lawyers to develop an identity theft prevention program, was postponed from August till November 1.
Deposing a witness in a foreign countryBy Helen W. GunnarssonSeptember 2009Lawpulse, Page 438If you find yourself among the growing ranks of lawyers who need to conduct extraterritorial depositions, here's how to proceed.
Mandatory retirement age for judges ruled unconstitutionalBy Helen W. GunnarssonSeptember 2009Lawpulse, Page 438The Illinois Supreme Court rules that the statute requiring judges to retire at age 75 is unconstitutional and says mandating retirement for judges might require constitutional amendment.
Social media and legal ethicsBy Helen W. GunnarssonSeptember 2009Lawpulse, Page 438May an Illinois lawyer list his or her "Specialties" on LinkedIn without running afoul of Illinois RPC 7.4?
Tech tools for solosBy Helen W. GunnarssonSeptember 2009Lawpulse, Page 438Every sole practitioner needs a smart phone, a laptop, a scanner, and a good backup system. Here's why.
Are you ready for the Red Flags Rule?By Helen W. GunnarssonAugust 2009Lawpulse, Page 386The FTC's Red Flags Rule, effective August 1, requires lawyers to develop an identity theft prevention program to help protect clients. Are you in compliance?