A look at the evolution of the Rule 213 opinion-witness rule and the supreme and appellate court decisions interpreting it.
September 2007 • Volume 95 • Number 9 • Pages 444–500
Research shows that juror attitudes toward hot-button issues like tort reform are better predictors of bias than demographic factors.
What constitutes "net income" for purposes of calculating a payor's child-support obligation? A look at the cases.
Under the original law, some people who didn't commit sex crimes had to register as "sex offenders." The legislature addressed the issue last year with a new law that creates its own problems.
A recent case eliminates the defense that an underage sexual-harassment plaintiff welcomed the sexual contact.
Medicare and Medicaid; not the same thing.
By educating voters, bar groups can counter special interests.
Courts should allow sanctions against firms for lawyers' misconduct.
Online filing? Advance review of filings? The SOS offers that and more.
There's a wealth of information if you know where to look.
What do you do with uncooperative opposing counsel?