Some things Illinois lawyers and law firms should think about before making a lateral move or hire.
May 2007 • Volume 95 • Number 5 • Pages 221–276
Healthcare plan reimbursement has been a contentious issue. The Supreme Court's Sereboff ruling answered some questions, but others remain.
Your client's former employer goes to court seeking a TRO to enforce a noncompete agreement against him. What do you do?
Damages are often difficult to prove in unfair competition cases. Liquidated damages clauses can provide an effective - and efficient - remedy.
A review of the ethical rules that apply when lawyers seek to broaden their practices by offering non-legal services.
Do these defendants have standing to challenge a summary suspension?
Report ARDC letters to your malpractice carrier
Raising awareness about judicial independence is more important than ever.
Can a disbarred lawyer be a paralegal?
Debate transcripts and more are on the General Assembly's Web site.
Informal speculation about what becomes of Anna Nicole's estate.
Let's stand up for lawyers who represent unpopular clients.