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June 2009 • Volume 97 • Number 6 • Pages 269–319
The Illinois Supreme Court held in Ready that settling defendants are excluded from the joint-and-several-liability equation, leaving nonsettling defendants at risk of higher payout.
Is recovery for legal malpractice barred if the plantiff-client is more than 50 percent to blame? Here's the case for and against.
This article reviews the applicable laws - including the Ledbetter Act - and Illinois-based cases.
The first district found for Micheal Jordan against his former mistress in a case that, while interesting, includes a troubling analysis of the mutual-mistake doctrine you should know about.
A look back at the presidential year.
One should be ignored. The other must be reviewed and answered carefully.
Illinois judges should be free to impose sanctions for misconduct after final judgement and on behalf of nonparties if the facts warrant.
The tenets of spycraft ("never go against your gut") make pretty good rules for recent admittees.