April 2011 • Volume 99 • Number 4
Past child support payments began to bear interest in 1987; change in MDDP issuance for DUI drivers; changes in election code; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
How to learn those all-important unwritten rules of courthouse and courtroom practice that vary from circuit to circuit.
A retired appellate justice offers his view of what can be done to assure full and fair vetting of cases in a post-oral-argument world.
There's a trend in defamation litigation to use pre-suit discovery procedures to uncover the identities of anonymous online commenters. The author considers the implications.
A party making a Batson objection to an opponent's peremptory challenge should have to show that removing the would-be juror amounts to purposeful racial discrimination, the author argues.
This article reviews recent amendments that expand the Act's coverage and increase penalties for employers who fail to comply.
More about Illinois lawyers committed to juvenile justice reform.
Living in the present offers rich spiritual rewards - and leads to fewer errors.
To what extent are purchasers of a condominium unit at a foreclosure sale liable to an association for unpaid assessments?
Lawyers should help clients keep children beyond the fray.