January 2007 • Volume 95 • Number 1 • Pages 1–56
Defamation per se of candidate requires more than hyperbole; sales of intangible property during business cessation is nonbusiness income; changing demographics lead to amended Elder Abuse and Neglect Act; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
Setting yourself up to accept credit card payments has its advantages - and its risks.
Beware the danger in failing to properly separate assets in the series, and note unanswered tax questions.
Can the non-employee spouse make a claim for reimbursement to the marital estate from the retained earnings of a closely held corporation? This article considers the question.
In Burlington Northern, the Court resolved in favor of employees a lower-court dispute about what constitutes forbidden retaliation.
The tough Illinois standard could be bad for policyholders as well as insurance companies, these defense lawyers argue.
Don't be afraid to substitute judges.
A summary of ISBA's free research offering.
Lawyers serve their clients best when they are objective advocates, not sympathizing moralists.
What are the rules for serving notice?
This law, effective January 1, is designed to protect soon-tobe-forclosed landowners from a "rescue" scam.