May 2013 • Volume 101 • Number 5
Judgment and memorandum of judgment expire simultaneously; Secretary of State may issue driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants; employers barred from requesting social media passwords; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
Can you really use your mobile device to practice more effectively? Tech experts say "yes" and tell you how.
A recent case holds that if you don't conduct formal discovery in your divorce case, you may lose the right to reopen the judgment after it's entered, even to seek assets that weren't disclosed.
Don't assume that general statutes of limitation apply to Illinois arbitration claims - think about including a clause in your arbitration agreements to limit your client's exposure.
Too often, lenders win mortgage-fraud judgments against defendants who turn out to be judgment proof. The solution? Ensure that mortgage brokers have adequate E&O coverage.
Two seasoned attorneys offer practical tips to help you perfect mechanics liens on behalf of your contractor clients.
Law school debt report underscores what "attorneys experience every day"; Small-estate affidavits and the SOS.
The project provided more that 1.2 million meals to hungry Illinoisans.
There's a plenty of free, online primary environmental law.
Trial by jury remains a key underpinning of our justice system.