July 2000 • Volume 88 • Number 7
Attorney fees under the Workers' Comp Act; common liability and contribution; circuit breaker for elderly expanded; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
A review of issues important both to defense lawyers and counsel for the insured.
Here's how to use this little-known statute, which allows private-sector whistleblowers to sue on behalf of the state and share any recovery.
The author argues that Illinois courts have not developed a coherent theory of undercapitalization as a justification for veil piercing.
A step-by-step review of the res judicata doctrine and its development and application under the common law.
Don't treat your motorcycle-injury suit like just another automobile case.
Too few attorneys know about Illinois' federally funded senior legal assistance services program.
The first district recently held that negligent-hiring plaintiffs must show a nexus between the harm they suffered and the defendant's breach.
Escape Alden restrictions by crossing the border?
I am writing my first column as president of the Illinois State Bar Association. As I promised at the ISBA Annual Meeting, there are no new programs.
This month's featured honoree: Rockford lawyer John T. Holmstrom, Jr.
Grandparents lose at High Court—but how much? HMOs lose in one high court, win in another; and more.
Learning to be your own editor is an important but challenging job. This checklist can help you revise your own work.
Keeping abreast of Illinois regulatory law remains a challenge, but now there are more options than ever.