In Thomas Fitzgerald, the Illinois Supreme Court has a seasoned trial judge at the helm. Here’s an interview with the new chief.
September 2008 • Volume 96 • Number 9 • Pages 429–484
Illinois divorce lawyers typically charge a higher hourly rate for court than for office time. It's time that changed, the author argues
A look at the governing rules, along with common-sense ways lawyers can keep doctors from charging too much for testifying.
More at-will employees who have been misled by employers' oral promises are suing for fraudulent misrepresentation instead of breach of contract.
A recent appellate case arguably changes the requirements for a spoliation claim.
Mark your calendar for these ISBA events commemorating Lincoln's 200th birthday.
There's a wealth of legal-ethics information online if you know where to look.
A majority in Berry found that while the trial court ruled correctly the system failed.
Dissolving corporations can use this to reduce the period during which they remain liable.