June 2017 • Volume 105 • Number 6
Supreme court clarifies law on determining contribution for attorney fees; no willful and wanton conduct in physical education class injury; special service area commissions created for municipalities, counties; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
Illinois attorneys soon will have to file civil cases electronically. Here's how you can be ready on day one.
Referring cases can be good for clients and the referring attorney - just make sure you know what your obligations are.
A recent appellate court opinion helps lower courts determine when an e-discovery request is too broad or intrusive.
Q. Does the income shares child support calculation method that takes effect July 1 apply to cases in the pipeline?
Q. Can 'fleeing and eluding' arrest provide probable cause for an otherwise unsupported DUI stop?
Q. Could the umbrella policy on a house cover a defamation judgment?
When retirement-plan participants die, what happens to their ex-spouses' benefits? This article looks at a variety of death-after-divorce benefit division scenarios.
Thompson makes it easier for witnesses to provide lay opinion indentification testimony based on reviewing a recording. This article discusses the case's implications.
Defendants in trade secrets cases can recover attorney fees for fighting spurious claims of misappropriation. But it isn't easy.
Estate planners and malpractice claims.
Lawyers must be ready to boldly go where no one has gone before.
Tips for leaving the office more satisfied with the work you've done today and more likely to succeed tomorrow.
Learn to use templates to make document drafting more efficient and less prone to errors.
Orsey elected 3rd VP and more