November 2000 • Volume 88 • Number 11 • Pages 609–672
Trial court did not abuse discretion in allowing deposition testimony; defendant must face custodial interrogation to invoke Miranda; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
A review of MDP through a report of this year's Allerton House Conference proceedings.
Effective November 1, the Illinois Supreme Court amended Rules 604 and 605 to clear up the confused law of plea-agreement appeals. Read all about it.
A review of self-critical-analysis privilege under federal and state law.
Find out when and how personal goodwill should be valued at divorce, and how to present and cross-examine experts.
An outline of Indian-law issues that any lawyer might encounter.
This month's featured honoree: Esther Rothstein.
A lower burden of proof for consumer fraud? Arbitration-award rejection—can secretaries sign after all? and more.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, the new edition of the Bluebook is waiting to taunt you with its incomprehensible minutiae.
Difficult though they may be to research, legislative histories can make a difference in your case. Here's how to find what you need.