July 2001 • Volume 89 • Number 7 • Pages 329-384
No independent tort for breach of duty of good faith and fair dealing; void for vagueness applied to adoptions; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
Read about the changes to article 9 that took effect July 1, 2001.
The testimony of mental-health professionals is often not scientific evidence, this author says.
The author argues that Illinois should abandon its Electronic Commerce Security Act and follow the national uniform approach.
This author, on the other hand, favors state licensure in Illinois over a national approach.
Highlights of recent changes to the POA Act.
A review of the ethical issues facing lawyers as they communicate the nature of their practices.
Properly naming your defendant can mean the difference between collecting a judgment and making a worthless claim.
Infertility treatments and self-insured employers.
Traditionally, the inaugural President's Page is devoted to the new president's own programs for the coming year or to giving him or her an opportunity to share some personal insights or words of wisdom.
Golfers in the (legal) news; capital punishment and the mentally retarded; and more.
You've heard the buzzwords, but what is "knowledge management" and what can it do for you? Read on.
We asked you, Gentle Readers, to send us writing that moved you. Here are excerpts from your responses.
Don't overlook Illinois state agency Web sites, an increasingly rich source of free information. Here are some of the best agency resources for lawyers.