From needless discovery squabbles and poor preparation among the bar to high-handedness on the bench, judges tell what bugs them.
January 2006 • Volume 94 • Number 1 • Pages 1–52
A Q&A from Cook County about how mediation works in civil cases and how it can reduce time and money spent.
Mediation of civil cases is also succeeding in the state's southern- most counties. find out why and how.
For years, most Illinois courts have held that an employer can't stop departed employees from recruiting the employer's current workers. But that might be changing.
Whether you're counsel or a board member, you can help your charity try to qualify for an exemption and put the dollars you save to charitable use.
ISBA faces the challenge of implementing a bold new image advertising campaign and CLE on a grand scale.
A well-intentional law armed at predatory lending puts title companies and lawyers at risk, the author argues
The net is best used as a compliment to, not replacement for, traditional sources of legal information.
By removing the cloud over surrogacy in Illinois, the Gestational Surrogracy Act promises to make the procedure more popular with would-be parents.