A review of the latest Illinois cases, with a focus on consecutive sentences and retroactive application.
October 2001 • Volume 89 • Number 10 • Pages 501–552
When can a general contractor rely on its subcontractor's insurance instead of its own? This article examines recent case law.
The author reviews a recent Illinois Appellate Court case upholding a search of numbers stored in the defendant's cell phone.
In first district civil cases, the answer is yes -- as long as the questioning is "reasonable."
A look at when courts are willing to pierce the attorney-client privilege in director and shareholder litigation.
Recently I attended the Decatur Bar Association corn roast at Rex Brown's home in Decatur.
Driven into a corner by e-mail overload? Here's how to fight back.
If you can persuade the judge that ruling in your client's favor means doing good, you'll probably do well.
What's in that name on your firm's letterhead? Trouble, if you don't mind your ps and qs.