April 2003 • Volume 91 • Number 4 • Pages 153–212
IMDMA and attorney fees; proof mailing and lead poisoning claims; new legislation aids military families; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
Our annual review of the leading cases.
The court's 2002 criminal cases.
A review of the U.S. Supreme Court's remarkably large output of labor-and-employment cases in 2002.
Guidance for lawyers and their employer clients.
Illinois minority shareholders can sue to have their shares bought out for "fair value"; but what does that mean?
Out-of-state child removal.
I am white. I am concerned about the perniciousness of racism.
The e-mail messages, postal letters, notes, briefs, names and addresses, and other data connected with a case; how do you store it all in one place? Here are some options.
So when do you use "whom"? Our grammar review continues with adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, and pronouns.
Treat your paralegals, administrative assistants, secretaries and other staff with the respect that a valued coworker deserves. And urge them to read and follow these 10 tips, designed especially for the folks on the front lines.