ISBA President John G. Locallo will use his bully pulpit to help lawyers understand the power and importance of practice-oriented technology.
July 2011 • Volume 99 • Number 7 • Pages 321–372
Inappropriate posting, texting, and tweeting by jurors can wreak havoc with the trial process.
In Ries v City of Chicago, the Illinois Supreme Court held that willful and wanton conduct does not create a general exception to the Tort Immunity Act's blanket immunities.
An overview of penalties available under federal and state law for abusive collection techniques.
A recent change to the law allows specified family members of deceased U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents to become permanent residents.
Righties and lefties; let jurors ask questions.
ISBA's new president outlines his year to come.
It protects renters whose apartments are being converted and buyers of the new condos.
Employer-based health insurance should be treated as marital property.
Interviews with Supreme Court justices about effective advocacy are themselves good models.