You're probably already using the Internet to access remote servers - aka cloud computing - whether you know it or not. And you should be. But make sure you understand the risks.
January 2015 • Volume 103 • Number 1 • Pages 1–48
A new section of the Illinois Probate Act presumptively voids testamentary gifts to unrelated caregivers. It's a powerful weapon against financial abuse, but beware the unintended consequences.
What changes under the new law apply retroactively - i.e., to maintenance awards entered before January 1 - and which apply only prospectively? Here's a point-by-point analysis.
It turns out that jurors are more skeptical of hearsay than many lawyers and judges think.
Retailers and other nonmanufacturers in Illinois can seek dismissal under the so-called "seller's exception" to strict products liability. Here's how it works.
Freelance lawyers; clearing criminal records.
ISBA is teaming up with the Illinois Judges Association to promote civics education.
But you might be able to get it directly from the party.
The short answer is "yes," but make sure you follow the ethics rules.
The Book of the States is another free online tool for doing comparative state research.