November 2009 • Volume 97 • Number 11
Power company has duty to respond to downed power line with due care; text-messaging while driving banned; new rules set standards for dementia care units; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
A plain-language primer on the SOS process, including some unwritten rules about how to represent your DUI client.
The new Illinois virtual representation law allows more trustees and beneficiaries to resolve trust matters by private agreement.
An elderly - and wealthy - person lets investors buy insurance on his life in return for cash, and everyone makes money. Or do they?
A recent amendment to the Illinois Supreme Court Rules obscures the purpose of the discovery deposition and the range of its uses
This article analyzes the first district's rejection of a plaintiff's assertion that a cab driver was the agent of the cab company.
With the bar year not half over, the ISBA YLD has been active on many fronts.
RECAP, a Firefox extension, provides free access to otherwise pay-per-view federal documents on the PACER system.
Despite the best analysis of the best evidence, predicting human behavior is a risky business.