October 1999 • Volume 87 • Number 10 • Pages 505–560
Surviving parents of decedent may not maintain a wrongful death action where the decedent is survived by a spouse and no children; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
Selecting the right business name isn't as simple as you might think. Here's a primer for Illinois lawyers.
Long considered exclusively a criminal law concept, aiding and abetting is growing more important in civil litigation. Find out how.
An explanation of the SEC's plain English disclosure rules and why the agency advocates their use.
No "apportion[ment] between preexisting conditions and a defendant's wrongful act''?
Lincoln Award Contest; the Journal is the Winner
I have had the opportunity to hear Attorney General Janet Reno speak several times in the past years.
Insurance policies and the discovery rule; read the fine print.
An overview of selected recent changes in estate planning law.
The Year 2000 litigation boom is coming soon; here are pointers for picking the right jury for your Y2K client.
Whether Jan. 1, 2000, is apocalyptic or just another bump in the road, practitioners need to familiarize themselves with these two acts.
Repeat those words before following the Yellow Brick Road to malpractice and UPL risks in an unfamiliar jurisdiction.
Requests to produce computer data are increasingly common; here's a primer on how to comply.
Last month's column urged employers to assess the writing skills of prospective hires; this month, learn how to get the writing sample you need.