Too many lawyers - especially new ones - undervalue their services. It's a short-sighted approach that can lead to big trouble, this lawyer argues.
September 2011 • Volume 99 • Number 9 • Pages 425–480
What happens if the federal estate tax exclusion goes back to $1 million? What are the implications of decoupling the Illinois from the federal tax? A look at these and other questions.
Plaintiffs use requests to admit to establish the reasonableness of medical bills. A recent appellate case holds that defendants must either admit or deny the request or explain why they can't.
Sometimes a dissipation-of-assets claim under the IMDMA isn't enough when a recalcitrant spouse hides assets. Never fear - the Illinois Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act is here.
A look at key differences between the Illinois and Delaware LLC statutes and how they might affect hypothetical clients.
And while you're figuring out Twitter…; Highest objective of legal education is preparing "educated citizens."
You can't afford not to use Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.
How should legal parenthood at birth be established when children are born into civil unions?
LLC members and managers are protected from personal liability even after the LLC is involuntarily dissolved. Here's a call for change.
Now the supreme court publishes the official version of Illinois cases - here's what it means.