Successor Liability in IllinoisBy George W. KuneyMarch 2008Article, Page 148Find out when creditors and tort victims can sue the buyer of a business for the debts and torts of the seller.
No duty to warn, Illinois high court holdsBy Helen W. GunnarssonNovember 2007Lawpulse, Page 570The court reaffirms the rule that Party A has no duty to warn Party B about a threat posed by Party C unless there's a special relationship between A and B.
Judicial estoppel not applied to change in legal conclusionAugust 2007Illinois Law Update, Page 404On June 7, 2007, the Illinois Appellate Court, Second District, reversed the Circuit Court of Lake County's grant of summary judgment in favor of defendants Richard Sandore and Associates for Women's Health.
Land Surveyor Liability to Third Parties in IllinoisBy Richard F. BalesMarch 2007Article, Page 136The land surveyor made a mistake - what are the damages? The defenses? Who can recover? This article explores those questions from the plaintiffs' and defense perspectives.
Lawsuit challenges med-mal capsBy Helen W. GunnarssonJanuary 2007Lawpulse, Page 8The suit, filed in Cook County, argues that the statute violates the separation of powers, is impermissible special legislation, and suffers from other constitutional infirmities.
Campground operator has no duty to warn of naturally accumulating walnutsJuly 2006Illinois Law Update, Page 334On April 19, 2006, the Illinois Appellate Court, Third District, affirmed the decision of the Circuit Court of Whiteside County, granting summary judgment to the defendant campground owner because she had neither a duty to keep the campground clear of fallen walnuts nor a duty to warn patrons of the danger posed by such walnuts.
In Defense of Bulger v CTABy Anthony LongoMay 2006Article, Page 254A defense lawyer applauds the Bulger court's finding that evidence of subsequent remedial measures is inadmissible