June 2003 • Volume 91 • Number 6 • Pages 265-316
Plaintiff can't sue second defendant after fully recovering from first; no declaratory judgment till plaintiff exhausts administrative remedies; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
An overview of the challenges to litigants posed by the governmental tort immunity statute.
A look at the ISBA's proposed transfer-of-practice rule.
Bucking the national trend, Illinois courts have refused to recognize the duty.
Illinois plaintiffs should be allowed to treat former employees of corporate defendants as adverse witnesses, these authors argue.
A trial lawyer's guide to effectively examining experts and plaintiffs.
The author argues that the Morgan one-good-count rule turns any general guilty verdict into a potential due-process violation.
More on "the perniciousness of racism".
As I promised in one of my previous President's Pages, the ISBA, at my direction, was going to take a serious look at providing meaningful health insurance for our members.
Wireless networking has come into its own, and it might be right for you and your firm.
Using these six tips makes writing first drafts fun. Well, almost.
Not listening to your clients leads to dissatisfaction and, too often, to claims.