ISBA President Umberto Davi arrived as a 14-year-old from Sicily and rose to success in law and life.
July 2015 • Volume 103 • Number 7 • Pages 1–60
Q. The finance company sent my client the title to her truck, along with the contract stamped "paid in full." A year later they're saying they made a mistake. Can I hold them to their release?
Q. My client, a municipality, must have water tested every day. Are they subject to the consecutive-work-day limits of the One Day Rest in Seven Act?
Parents have the right to administer corporal punishment in Illinois, unless it's counter to the best interest of the child.
A Cook County judge rules that categorically denying court supervision for 'excessive speeding' is unconstitutional.
Lawyers representing clients who are both divorcing and bringing a p.i. claim should work together.
Unless they have reasonable suspicion, police may not extend an otherwise completed traffic stop to conduct a dog sniff.
Can the veil of limited liability be pierced in a statutory Illinois LLC? Courts have struggled to decide.
The Journal gets a redesign for the first time in more than a decade.
Digital assets, passing the bar
America is a place where a 14-year-old from Sicily has the freedom and opportunity to prosper.
Protect clients' digital information; use post-engagement review calls to get client referrals; a new DUI app?
The Good Wife poses ethical puzzlers for Illinois lawyers.
A closer look at this repository of federal legislative and administrative resources.