Choosing the right clients and managing their expectations may be the two most important jobs for any family law practitioner.
May 2014 • Volume 102 • Number 5 • Pages 205–256
Many restaurants impose a set gratuity on large groups to make sure servers get their fair share. But a new IRS ruling classifies automatic gratuities as service charges, not tips.
How can you tell whether economist-experts' damages estimates will help or hurt your case? You'll find important clues by looking at how they make a few key calculations.
The Series LLC gives sweeping liability protection to those who use it. But will it shield an umbrella entity in bankruptcy and under UCC Article 9 from liability incurred by debtor subunits?
This article explores the background and purpose of Federal Rule 68 and how to address its many shortcomings should Illinois adopt a similar offer-of-judgment provision.
Health care POA form is "clear and sufficient."
Reflections on an exhilarating, exhausting year.
Tax season is over, but the IDOR website is a year-round resource.
Some companies and plaintiffs want to revert structured settlements to lump sums, and judges have the final say.
Blogging drives prospective clients through social media to your website.