In today's competitive legal market, relentlessly efficient firms will succeed where others fail. And the proponents of "process mapping" insist that's just as true for solos as for megafirms.
August 2016 • Volume 104 • Number 8 • Pages 1–56
It's a crime in Illinois. Tell your animal-loving clients to call 911 instead when they see a dog trapped in a hot car.
If you want to watch the regulatory sausage being made - and even weigh in during the process - you need to be in with Flinn.
Q. When one divorcing spouse gets a part of the other's pension as part of a court order, is that portion taxable to the receiving spouse?
Q. H & W have $75K equity in a home and own an underwater rental property. Can they keep the home and let the rental property go in bankruptcy?
Look to mediation for ways to reduce misuse of the collaborative-law process, this author recommends.
Supposed the prosecution's expert testifies about a lab report conducted by a scientist the state didn't call. Is the defendant's right to confront adverse witnesses violated? Not if the report was done for reasons other than proving the defendant's guilt.
A recent seventh circuit case finds that the risk of eventual damage from a data breach is injury enough to give standing to bring a class action.
Bike law, tech competence for lawyers.
The first step in understanding and addressing implicit bias is recognizing that it exists.
Bills decriminalizing cannabis possession and rewriting the LLC Act were among those approved this session.
Title tags are one of the most important factors Google looks at in determining search result rank.
How to make a research project assigned by a supervising lawyer successful for mentor and mentee alike.
The Illinois Bar Foundation, the charitable arm of the ISBA, has elected its officers for the 2016-17 fiscal year.
ISBA President Vincent F. Cornelius testified before the Illinois Supreme Court Rules Committee last month in support of Proposal 15-05