October 2008 • Volume 96 • Number 10 • Pages 485-540
Search of probationer's computer allowed; Sex Offender Community Notification Law amended; changes to Illinois income tax laws; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
How do you break into p.i. practice? Successful practitioners offer advice.
Can an ex-wife recover post-decree arrearages of child support from the separately owned assets of the obligor father's new wife? The appellate court says "yes." Plus, read Christine Takata's take on this much talked-about ruling.
An agency rules against your client and you want a court to review the decision. What's the next step? This article explains.
The Illinois Supreme Court ruled that a restaurant owner has a duty to protect its patrons from an out-of-control car. So where does a premises owner's duty to the public end?
Despite doubts about their reliability, polygraph exams are required in sex-offense cases. This article discusses the law.
The Second and Fourteenth Amendments
Voters should reject the call for a constitutional convention.
Background on the Illinois Constitution and the Con-Con.
The Federal Reserve finally issues a new RESPA rule.
They don't mean much in the age of no-fault divorce.
Don't think your support staff can make or break you? Think again.