Browse articles by year: 2016 (53)
Take Pride in Your Profession
Column, Page 280
Justice Felix Frankfurter once said in receiving an award: "Gratitude is one of the least articulate emotions, especially when it is deep.
Taking the Hell Out of LPL
Column, Page 431
Do you really know what malpractice coverage you're getting under a "claims made and reported" policy? And what does "full prior acts" mean? Read on and make yourself a more informed consumer of lawyers' professional liability (LPL) insurance.
The truth about mold
LawPulse, Page 506
If you practice real-estate law, it's time you learned the moldy facts.
Uncle Sam sidesteps tenancy-by-the-entirety restrictions
LawPulse, Page 338
A recent U.S. Supreme Court case holds that tax liens against one spouse attach to property held in tenancy by the entirety by both spouses, putting the IRS in a better position than other creditors.
Updated qualifications for administrative law judges
Illinois Law Update, Page 512
On July 23, 2002, the Illinois Educational Labor Relations Board (board) adopted two new provisions implementing sections 10-20 and 10-30(b) of the Illinois Administrative Procedure Act (Act).
The varying standards of client capacity
LawPulse, Page 448
Making a will, signing a deed, executing a POA for property; they all require different standards of competence. What are they, and what do they mean for you and your clients?
The Virtual Courtroom
Column, Page 576
Continuing on with my ongoing discussion regarding my theme of "Back to the Future," this President's Page will address the ISBA's efforts to make the lawyer's professional life more efficient, more cost effective, more profitable, more client friendly and, yes, more pleasurable.
Water-testing services created
Illinois Law Update, Page 66
On October 30, 2001, the Department of Nuclear Safety (department) adopted eight new provisions in section 336 of the Illinois Administrative Code. 32 Ill Adm Code 336.