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Will Rule 138 privacy provisions be changed before taking effect? By Adam W. Lasker November 2013 Lawpulse, Page 554 The ISBA supports changes to Rule 138's soon-to-be effective limitations on disclosure of personal identity information in response to concerns raised by divorce lawyers and others.
Workers’ Comp and Temporary or ‘Borrowed’ Workers By James P. Looby August 2013 Article, Page 426 With more employers turning to staffing agencies, determining who the real employer is and isn't - and thus whom the worker might be able to sue in civil court - is trickier than ever.
Working with Clients Who Give You the Blues By Karen Erger August 2013 Column, Page 430 Bluesy advice for dealing with downer clients.
Working with Inside Counsel By Peter S. Trotter December 2013 Column, Page 642 Good teamwork is the key to success.
‘Wrongful Birth’ Plaintiffs Can Recover for Emotional Distress By Christopher T. Hurley and Mark R. McKenna November 2013 Article, Page 580 A recent Illinois Supreme Court decision holds that parents can recover for emotional distress if they win a claim for negligent genetic counseling, even if they suffered no direct physical injury.
Your “Unsinkable” Law Practice: Checking the Lifeboats By Karen Erger June 2013 Column, Page 314 Make sure your professional liability policy is shipshape.
The Zealous Advocacy of Saul Goodman By Karen Erger October 2013 Column, Page 538 Why is Breaking Bad's shady Saul Goodman so popular?