February 1999 • Volume 87 • Number 2 • Pages 61–116
Illinois law enforcement officers may obtain a blood sample from a driver who is in an adjoining state for medical care under a presumption that the driver was driving while intoxicated; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
These two rulings give practitioners new ammunition with which to challenge civil and administrative fines and sanctions.
The new rule—which requires insurers to show prejudice from policyholder delay before they can avoid coverage—is the better rule, this author says.
Did your client's insurer refuse in bad faith to settle within policy limits? Then it should pay the price.
A review of state and federal tax consequences of LLC formation, operation, and termination.
ISBA and UPL
One of the more celebrated accomplishments of the Illinois General Assembly in 1998 was passage of ethics legislation imposing limits on gifts and contributions to state office holders and candidates for those offices.
No retaliatory discharge claims for whistle-blowing lawyers...
A how-to guide to lost-policy lawsuits.
Think the unthinkable; put safeguards in place to protect yourself from theft and embezzlement by employees and colleagues.
Could the Linux operating system become a serious alternative to Windows? Here's a review.
Great literature, like great lawyering, responds to and reflects the human condition.