Despite rumors to the contrary, the U.S. Supreme Court has not ruled punitive damages unconstitutional. Here's how to make the most of your cases.
March 2005 • Volume 93 • Number 3 • Pages 101–152
How do Illinois courts respond when a party claims that an inadvertently produced document is still privileged? Here's a review of the cases
A look at recent cases brought by plaintiffs against hospitals and their charitable-care practices
Seven additional arbitrators and an accelerated trial cycle will make the agency more efficient and expeditious.
Documents considered by a public body in formulating policy decisions are often exempt from disclosure under federal and state law.
Search and Seizure and the Illinois Constitution
We need to find a way to serve the unmet legal needs of the poor without unfairly burdening solo and small-firm lawyers.
Make no mistake – the Federal Class Action Fairness Act will bring sweeping changes.
The Big Two legal data providers offer more affordable options than ever.
Minority shareholders' lack of control can make their shares worth less if they try to sell out.