Articles From 2003
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Rules adopted to prevent spread of chronic wasting disease
Illinois Law Update, Page 116
On December 27, 2002, the Department of Natural Resources (department) adopted amendments adding new sections to its rules regulating wildlife conservation measures and practices and the spreading of disease. 17 Ill Adm Code 635.
Rules for aiding alleged survivors of sexual assault amended
Illinois Law Update, Page 168
On January 15, 2003, the Department of Public Health (department) adopted amendments, regarding new rules regulating emergency hospital service to be provided to all alleged sexual assault survivors.
Rules in Place for Vouchers on Riverboats
Illinois Law Update, Page 600
The Illinois Gaming Board recently adopted significant amendments to 86 Ill. Adm. Code 3000, providing the regulatory framework for the implementation of voucher payment systems in Illinois riverboat gambling facilities.
Sarbanes-Oxley and document retention
Lawpulse, Page 162
Do the new requirements governing retention, destruction and alteration of financial records apply to e-mail and other electronic documents? It's better to be safe than sorry.
The “Science” of Citation Analysis
Column, Page 473
Is legal research a science grounded in precise measurements or is it an art based on subjective editorial judgments? And does it matter?
Small firms, big cases
Lawpulse, Page 486
How three lawyers from small-practice settings and different parts of Illinois teamed up to bring a high-stakes whistleblower lawsuit.
Small juries are beautiful
Lawpulse, Page 110
Six-person juries are easier to pick, more responsive to case themes, and more likely to reach a unanimous verdict, some criminal defense lawyers say.
Standards for nursing applicants and nursing curricula amended
Illinois Law Update, Page 62
On November 18, 2002, the Department of Professional Regulation (department) amended its regulations relating to qualifications and application procedures for professional nurses and professional nursing curricula in title 68 of the Illinois Administrative Code.