May 2002 • Volume 90 • Number 5 • Pages 217–272
Illinois Supreme Court refines test for admitting novel scientific evidence; access to psychological records limited; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
A look at the first year's output of the newly reconstituted supreme court.
The justices addressed a few issues raised by the U.S. Supreme Court's Apprendi ruling, but many remain.
How do you persuade the court to admit a computer simulation into evidence? A look at the developing law.
Lawyers should allocate settlement proceeds so their clients can avoid tax—but sometimes it's easier said than done.
More on liens.
Jane, Brian, Brent and Amanda; my wife and three children; my family. I have not mentioned them this year in my column.
Let's face it; sometimes you can't prevent fires, floods, violent attacks and the like from wreaking havoc in the workplace. But you can prepare for the worst.
Here are some of the helpful Internet resources; most of them free; for corporate and securities lawyers.
The first of three articles addressing the skills you need to take and defend a deposition.