March 2015 • Volume 103 • Number 3
Illinois law applies to selected UCCJEA custody cases; non-consensual distribution of private sexual images criminalized; med-mal insurance rules and rate filings reinstated; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
Lawyers and practice advisers explain the importance of strategic planning to long-term success.
"Targeted tender" allows an insured with multiple policies covering the same risk to choose which insurers must defend first. But recent decisions have limited the scope of the doctrine.
A look at various loss-mitigation procedures and how they affect the various stages of a foreclosure lawsuit in Illinois.
Under the Illinois Reporters' Privilege Act, reporters can refuse to reveal their sources except in "limited circumstances." Here's an overview of the statute and key cases.
Remember to file a certificate or affidavit of service when mailing post-sentencing motions or notices of appeal - or risk having your case dismissed.
The origin of "extraordinary circumstances" in DUI cases.
ISBA election season opens this month.
Learn about 2015 candidates for ISBA third vice-president, board of governors, and assembly.
Can you be the agent for your client's POA? And what about digital art in estate planning?
Thanks to rule changes it's easy to take just a piece of a lawsuit.
Blawgs are great sources of breaking news on almost any topic.