May 2006 • Volume 94 • Number 5
Illinois election code section is unconstitutional; defendants have high bar to overcome plaintiff's choice of venue; Unemployment Insurance Act revised; procedures for PTAB appeals adjusted; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
Blogs are sprouting like mushrooms these days, it seems. Why do lawyers blog? Should you join them?
A look at the standards that guide guardians and courts charged with making decisions on behalf of incompetent wards.
Most employers resist employees' efforts to "lawyer up" in response to a company investigation. Maybe they shouldn't.
A defense lawyer applauds the Bulger court's finding that evidence of subsequent remedial measures is inadmissible
Should law schools do more to help students cope with the demands of legal education and practice?
We must continue to promote the ideals that drew us to the profession.
Lawyers, who do battle with words, should strive to be warrior poets.
Two important legislative proposals that estate planners should know about.
A look at some leading one-stop-shopping centers of legal research.