February 2007 • Volume 95 • Number 2
"Right to privacy" includes secrecy; mass tort p.i. cases not suitable for class action; info on financial identity theft must be provided by the Department of Motor Vehicles; new protected categories under Human Rights Act; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
The SCRA protects military personnel in areas ranging from leases to consumer credit to taxes. Here's how it works.
Drafting tips to help lawyers help parents plan, financially and otherwise, for special-needs children.
Illinois courts are giving immunity to more types of parents on the one hand as they create exceptions to the parental immunity doctrine on the other.
The R.L.S. case created differing approaches to standing under the probate act and the IMDMA. The author analyzes the ruling.
The author argues that the Illinois consecutive sentencing statute violates the Sixth Amendment by allowing judges rather than jurors to make findings of fact that increase a defendant's punishment.
Recently initiated programs will serve ISBA lawyers for years to come.
I've got my judgment- how do I collect?
A good opening statement will shape jurors' perception of the case.
The federal circuits are split and the seventh circuit is silent.
Ignorance of the law is no excuse, especially for lawyers.