May 2005 • Volume 93 • Number 5
No right to refuse DUI testing; Property Tax Code allows for post-judgment motions; criminal records for certain offenses may be sealed; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
It's permissible to refer cases to other lawyers and share in the fee, as long as you meet the requirements.
In Illinois, a recently enacted statute governs would-be parents' contracts with surrogate mothers. Here's a look at what the new law does and doesn't do.
How to find and use physicians and other medical witnesses.
How much control must general contractors in Illinois exercise over a workplace to make them liable for injuries to a subcontractor's workers? A look at the conflicting cases.
Here's how to calculate property taxes in Cook County under the new law.
Nonprofits' billing practices; bankruptcy lawyers and divorce.
We don't alter the future, but we can plan for it
Is a debtor's interest in a family LLC still beyond the reach of creditors?
The 80/20 rule has implications for how you do–and pay for–legal research.
Jurors want to do a good job. Let's help them.