Your opponent has filed a pleading that you think is frivolous. Is it worth fighting? Read and find out.
August 2004 • Volume 92 • Number 8 • Pages 381–440
Did you know you can win a motion but damage your case in the process? Here's advice on using pleadings wisely.
A review of the Act by one of its drafters with a focus on provisions with which all lawyers should be familiar.
When a sole practitioner dies; Rule 776 allows the court to appoint a receiver to wind up the practice. Here's how.
Here's how lawyers can help employer clients protect themselves from actions by the feds and employees.
Hall v Henn – the "court had no alternative"
I've been known to (repeatedly) say that we are part of a noble profession.
A look at selected legislation passed in 2004 and awaiting the Governor's signature.
Does burnout have your best employees looking elsewhere? Learn the warning signs and find out how you can create a less stressful working environment.
The statute of limitations is about to toll and your client is nowhere to be found. What to do? A new ISBA advisory opinion offers guidance.
Don't let convoluted word order tangle your sentences.