November 2008 • Volume 96 • Number 11 • Pages 541–596
Evidence sufficient to uphold conviction for disorderly conduct; order-protection laws amended to prohibit access to health records; new rules redefine income ceiling for childcare eligibility; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
Learn how to create a bill-paying culture among your clientele.
Custodial parents who seek to take their children out of Illinois face a high bar. Here are tips for preparing a removal case.
Too many involuntary commitments are overturned because the lawyers and judges fail to follow the law. Here's a how-to guide.
The author argues that statements are rarely "testimonial" - and thus barred - if the government did not produce them.
In 2009, federal and Illinois estate taxes will be "decoupled." Here's how estate planners can use gifts to help clients pay less.
Two takes on two-tiered billing.
Judge Justice learns how he has affected the lives of litigants.
Two Web sites are bringing free cases and more to the public
New FDIC rules provide more protection for revocable trusts.
Can an adopted child inherit from a biological parent?