In Rush Prudential HMO v Moran, the Court rejected an HMO's attempt to void the Illinois HMO Act based on ERISA preemption.
February 2003 • Volume 91 • Number 2 • Pages 49–100
Some courts say yes, some say no. The author argues that certificates of merit should be required in federal court.
An FTCA provision limits awards to the amount presented in the claim. This article explains how to get the most for your client.
An explanation of how and when the attorney-client privilege protects communications between a corporate client and a third party.
No, this author says.
I'm reminded of the story of the little boy, Tommy, who was 12 years old and hadn't spoken a word since birth.
Sexy they're not, but grammatical rules and conventions are too important to ignore.
The damage that drug, alcohol, or otherwise impaired "problem lawyers" do to your firm lingers long after they leave. Here's how to nip problems in the bud, and maybe salvage a career in the bargain.