September 2000 • Volume 88 • Number 9
Court upholds statute releasing medical records to police investigating auto accidents; court rejects "same part of the body" rule; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
A review of the authority for recovery of costs; the authors argue for a less restrictive rule.
How to use Article XVI of the Illinois Probate Act to discover and recover ill-gotten assets.
The case for allowing lawyers to conduct their own questioning of prospective jurors.
The authors review the current climate for redeveloping environmentally contaminated property in Illinois.
Remember that QILDROs—not QDROs—apply to Illinois public pension benefits.
Nursing home overview a "brief from plaintiff's viewpoint"?
This month's featured honoree: Chicago civil rights attorney Martha A. Mills.
Employment-discrimination "testers" pass muster; those dastardly dresser-drawer deeds; and more.
Do you know where your money goes, and where and when it comes in? Here are tips to help you get control of your receipts and expenses.
The dangers of e-mail communication and how to reduce them.
Illinois lawyers are fortunate to have several good sources for guidance on evidence law. Here are thumbnail sketches of the leading treatises and practice guides.