December 1999 • Volume 87 • Number 12 • Pages 621–680
HMOs may be held vicariously liable for negligence of independent contractor physicians; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
The authors review the highlights of this new law, which limits the power of managed care organizations and expands the rights of patients.
Microprocessors are everywhere, not just in devices we normally think of as computers. Here's how Y2K might affect products containing embedded microprocessors and how litigators can respond.
The trend, according to this author, is to expand the range of property deemed recreational and thus to expand immunity.
This article discusses a Rule 23 opinion holding that a nonassignability clause in a lease does not prohibit the tenant's collateral assignment of its interest as security for a loan.
This new -- and underused -- state program helps developers finance brownfield cleanups.
Here's where to find print and online versions of circuit court rules in Illinois, along with contact information for Illinois' 22 circuit courts.
Discovery and computer data.
Managed-care reform statute takes effect on 1/1/00.
As we celebrate these very special holidays.
One new rule clarifies notice-of-appeal filings in criminal cases...
Learn how to screen prospective cases and clients to reduce your risk of being sued.
Should you buy a laptop and how? Here's what to look for.
Move over Bluebook; a soon-to-be-released citation manual provides much clearer answers with many fewer words.