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April 2012 • Volume 100 • Number 4 • Pages 169–224
A look at enforcing restrictive covenants in the wake of the Illinois Supreme Court's Reliable Fire ruling, complete with practice tips for lawyers on both sides of a non-compete case.
You may be surprised to learn that civil unions afford better tax treatment than marriage for some heterosexual couples.
The Barber court made clear that defendants can stop a class action by tendering full relief to the named plaintiffs - the so-called "pick off" maneuver. Here's a review and practice advice.
An appellate clerk points out six common errors that send criminal cases to the next level and suggests ways to avoid them.
Are we doing all we can to give young lawyers value for their dues?
A look at Law Day over the years
Even claims that don't result in a payout teach lessons.
How a veteran lawyer balances happiness with financial success.
Is it time for legislation that voids liability limitations in property inspectors' contracts?