Rule 222 -the high cost of noncomplianceBy Helen W. GunnarssonFebruary 2006Lawpulse, Page 62Plaintiffs who fail to heed the disclosure rule, which governs specified cases implicating $50,000 or less in damages, face the extinguishment of their claim.
Judicial Ping-PongBy James E. PfanderDecember 2004Column, Page 652A new law allows more discrimination claims against the state.
Proper Review of Improper-Venue RulingsBy Anthony J. LongoDecember 2004Article, Page 638When should reviewing courts defer to trial court rulings on transfer-of-venue motions? This author offers his analysis.
When is "special service" good enough?By Helen W. GunnarssonOctober 2004Lawpulse, Page 508How hard must you try to accomplish personal service before you can resort to service by publication? A recent first district case tackles the question.