What information and services are Illinois-based courts providing via the Web? What isn't there that should be? Here's a review.
April 2007 • Volume 95 • Number 4 • Pages 161–220
Changes in technology have altered the way lawyers deal with evidence. The electronic-discovery amendments to the federal rules reflect these changes.
Here's what recent cases have to say about attachment and perfection pitfalls and other issues important to secured creditors.
A summary of leading tax-favored retirement plans, along with advice for selecting the best one for you and your firm.
The learned intermediary doctrine is strong armor against liability for pharmaceutical companies. But it's not without chinks.
Keep morals in divorce practice.
The third woman president of the ISBA celebrates the growing prominence of women lawyers
How much do you know about this important issue?
"Fraud" versus "fraudulent misrepresentation."
Watch for warning signs that presage problem clients.
An executive order shuts down a controversial program to combat predatory lending.