May 2000 • Volume 88 • Number 5 • Pages 241–296
Failure to name state as respondent justifies dismissal; exercising control over contractor's work can lead to liability; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
Find out how to reduce the risk that you'll reveal proprietary information during litigation.
A review of new Internet-based theories of liability and the insurance-coverage issues raised by them.
The Supreme Court Rules should allow deponents who err during depositions to correct their testimony on the errata sheets, this author argues.
The authors discuss how Alden—which holds that Congress can't subject states to private suits for money damages in state court—may affect future employment ligitation.
Tried-and-true techniques for DUI "breath" and "refusal" trials.
Flood-of-PD-lawsuits prediction all wet?
Variety the spice of this month's Journal
Each time I reflect on our recent trip to Africa my first vision is of the little children we met in a tribal village in Zambia.
This month's featured honoree: Northwestern University law professor Thomas F. Geraghty.
You've got mail ... from a client ... and it's OK; fraudulent transfers and tenancy by the entirety; and more.
Are you keeping up your side of the employer/employee relationship?
To be truly persuasive, don't just write a brief; tell a story.
Here's a compendium of resources for Illinois workers' comp lawyers.