Browse articles by year: 2015 (250)
Serving Those Who Serve
Column, Page 548
Let's pause this Veteran's Day to honor our military and the lawyers who serve them.
Sex offender registration changes: not worth the cost?
LawPulse, Page 490
Failing to implement legislation bringing Illinois into compliance with the federal Adam Walsh act is costing the state federal grant funds. But would enacting the law cost even more?
A Sigh of Tax Relief
Column, Page 100
There's a lot for estate planners to like about the new federal tax law.
State to promote the use of electric vehicles. PA 097-0089.
Illinois Law Update, Page 440
State lawmakers recently passed the Electric Vehicle Act in response to findings that the adoption and use of electric vehicles would improve Illinois residents' health, reduce transportation costs, and shift the demand for imported petroleum to locally produced electricity.
Statute of repose bars legal malpractice claim
LawPulse, Page 382
A plaintiff who sued a lawyer for malpractice in the preparation of a quitclaim deed was too late because any injury occurred when the deed was prepared, not later when her husband died.
Surviving the Death of Oral Argument
Article, Page 188
A retired appellate justice offers his view of what can be done to assure full and fair vetting of cases in a post-oral-argument world.
To Tweet or Not to Tweet?
Article, Page 396
Don't get Twitter? You're not alone. But lawyers are using it to reach out to fellow practitioners and communicate with the public.