February 2001 • Volume 89 • Number 2
Double jeopardy; parental unfitness; veto of Criminal Code legislation; Eliminate the Digital Divide Act; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
A review of three groundbreaking HMO liability cases that change the landscape of medical malpractice litigation.
An analysis of two important new cases that limit the power of legislatures to grant grandparent visitation.
Last month's IBJ focused on the practical implications of Rule 213(g); this month's article undertakes a thorough analysis and offers recommendations for improvement.
Lawyers aren't required to report elder abuse, but they enjoy statutory protection if they do.
Distinguishing between "ultimate facts" and "legal conclusions" for requests to admit remains a difficult but important job.
When does may mean must? When it comes to appealing interlocutory orders
Software; especially a program called "CaseMap"; can help you see the relationships between the facts, people, events, and issues in your case.
Use technology to project; literally; an image that will impress your audience.
Should you take your fee in the form of stock options in a client company? Before you say "yes," read on.