Three ISBA members speak from experience about the joys and challenges of solo practice.
October 2005 • Volume 93 • Number 10 • Pages 489–548
Though bankruptcy reform may be bad news for consumers and their attorneys, creditors will find much to like in the new law.
An approving look at the U.S. Supreme Court's much-criticized Kelo v City of New London.
A step-by-step guide to seeking temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions.
An oft-neglected Illinois UCC requirement for describing collateral could be a pitfall for secured creditors.
Proving irreconcilable differences.
Let's improve our public image by promoting civility and punishing misconduct.
Financial mediators, more than custody mediators, must know the fine points of the law.
Is HUD trying once again to amend the RESPA statute by regulation?
You teach by example – is your example worth emulating?