Articles From 2003
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Interrogatories: the numbers game
Lawpulse, Page 594
What if you're presented by an opponent with too many interrogatories, or what if you want to exceed the limits yourself? Here are some ideas.
Interstate compact for adult offenders P.A. 92-0571
Illinois Law Update, Page 116
The Interstate Compact for Adult Offender Supervision provides for the control and regulation of the interstate movement offenders, the effective tracking, supervision, and rehabilitation of these offenders by the sending and receiving states.
The Land Beyond I-80
Column, Page 542
I grew up in a working-class neighborhood on the south side of Chicago. I was one of eight children.
Learning to Think Like An Ethical Lawyer
Column, Page 527
That's right, young lawyer; while you might feel you know little compared to your more senior colleagues, you're fully responsible for properly applying ethical rules.
Leaving with clients in tow
Lawpulse, Page 274
If you're leaving your law firm and hope to take business with you, consider these ethical and legal issues.
Making UIM arbitration awards binding in more cases
Lawpulse, Page 544
Effective January 1, an ISBA-backed bill more than doubles the statutory limits on binding arbitration awards in UIM cases, reducing the incentive for insurers to reject them.
Marketing Tips for Small Law Firms
Column, Page 469
Small-firm lawyers can no longer ignore marketing and hope to survive, let alone thrive. Here are tips for ramping up your marketing effort.