From pre-trial notice requirements to spoliation of evidence, 2005 produced an array of Illinois cases of special interest to the trial bar.
March 2006 • Volume 94 • Number 3 • Pages 101–156
The new Code amendments have a major impact on family law - here are key provisions, issues, and strategies.
Here are some high-tech ways to reduce data overload and stay on top of your fast-moving practice.
The author argues that such a duty exists based on the U.S. Supreme Court's Brady case and Illinois discovery and ethics rules
Here's how to make the most of the time you've granted for voir dire, no matter how limited.
An amendment to a 1906 real estate lease produced a huge unexpected rent increase. Don't let it happen to you.
Court reporting: alive and well
An update on what has happened and is happening during ISBA's FY '05-'06.
The federal and state high courts have shown a sophisticated understanding of the territorial reach of regulatory power.
The seller's lawyer should make like the buyer's and take a critical look at the business before the sale.
Internet search engines are important research tools, but take care to learn their limitations.