Eighteen months ago, Illinois redefined the roles of the GAL, child representative, and attorney for the child. How are courts and lawyers coping with the new system?
July 2007 • Volume 95 • Number 7 • Pages 333–388
A look at the Illinois Supreme Court's recent Avery and Gridley decisions and their dampening impact on class lawsuits.
A review of recent home-search cases from the U.S. Supreme Court, including the Rettele "naked search" case from May.
Pension and profit-sharing plans are more valuable than ever. Here's an overview for business advisors.
The coming year will feature initiatives on lawyers' image, diversity, and judicial independence.
Can small p.i. firms compete with bigger ones?
A look at state agency Web sites that offer the agency's administrative decisions and more.
Mortgage fraud and bifurcated closings were among the issues for this year's General Assembly.
It's easier for courts to compensate a divorcing spouse who put a partner through school.