Recruiting employees and letting them go are both fraught with legal pitfalls. Here's how you can help your clients and your own firm avoid HR missteps.
March 2011 • Volume 99 • Number 3 • Pages 109–164
Pre-suit discovery under SCR 224 is a powerful and underused way to identify potential parties, investigate an incident, protect evidence, and avoid secondary spoliation claims.
The Illinois Supreme Court's Carter decision holds that arbitration provisions can trump the statutory right to a jury trial contained in the Forcible Entry and Detainer Act, this author argues.
Illinois's right of publicity lets people limit the appropriation of their likeness, a power restricted by the First Amendment. Where to draw the line? Here's what courts are doing.
Was someone or something other than your client - perhaps someone who isn't a party - the "sole proximate cause" of the plaintiff's injury? Defense lawyers should explore the possibility.
We continue our look at Illinois lawyers helping to transform our juvenile justice system.
You can use the online CFR to find the very latest regs and the LSA to verify their accuracy.
Among other changes, corporate filings now need only be made with the SOS, not with counties.
While Vailas' goal of protecting nonresidents is laudable, the approach it took commands too high a price.