Learn how to improve your odds of winning a summary judgment motion or, as a nonmovant, how to spot flaws in your adversary's argument.
March 2004 • Volume 92 • Number 3 • Pages 109–160
Proponents argue that the "sunshine" proposal before the General Assembly promotes public safety, while opponents charge that it puts trade secrets at risk.
The Illinois House has passed, and the Senate is considering, a bill that would limit the power of the parties and the court to bar access to information in litigation involving "public hazards."
A review of recent case law governing admissibility of prior and subsequent medical conditions in injury cases.
The authors argue that courts should routinely allow attorneys to bring retained experts to help depose opponents.
Americans are great about celebrating anniversaries. We celebrate the anniversary of heroic or tragic national events.
You've built a well-reasoned, well-argued edifice; don't sabotage your effort by neglecting the final flourishes.
Have we reached the point that using print citators to track the subsequent treatment of a case begs a malpractice suit?