Rule 23, which provides for unpublished—and nonprecedential—opinions, has been a source of tension between bench and bar. This article reviews the debate and offers suggestions for change.
April 2002 • Volume 90 • Number 4 • Pages 157-216
- Nonprofit hospitals not “public entities” under the Tort Immunity Act
- A new law makes tenancy by the entirety easier
- No honor in “redskins,” says Native American bar group
- An even brighter start for college savers
- Union protection extended to nonunion workers (or “I never promised them a Weingarten”)
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