Most people don't have estates large enough to owe tax when they die. But they still need estate-planning advice.
October 2007 • Volume 95 • Number 10 • Pages 501–560
The Supreme Court struck down a pair of race-based plans for assigning students to public schools. So what kinds of plans do pass constitutional muster?
The LLC has many benefits and few negatives for closely held businesses. Will it make the Subchapter S election obsolete?
Is it enough that a parent is "fit, willing, and able," or may a child be returned only if doing so serves his or her "best interest"?
Prosecutors can't introduce "testimonial" hearsay unless the defendant had a chance to cross-examine the unavailable declarant. Davis tells us when a statement is not "testimonial."
Animal law and the ISBA; dogs and damages; KSR and patenting legal techniques
Public fascination with the justice system gives lawyers an opening to teach lay people about the law.
Find out what to do if you misdirect an e-mail or reveal embarrassing metadata.
A new bill would redefine yet again the Illinois' anti-predatory-lending law.
A biological father from a wife's extra-marital affair can win visitation with his child.