Law firms and their trove of sensitive data are prime targets for hackers. Are you doing enough to protect yourself from cyber attacks?
February 2018 • Volume 106 • Number 2 • Pages 1–52
The Illinois Code of Civil Procedure allows for service of process on "any agent" of a corporate defendant. But for plaintiffs, determining which employees are "agents" is not as simple as it may seem.
Recent rulings from the U.S. and Illinois Supreme Courts have shrunk the scope of personal jurisdiction, making it harder for plaintiffs to sue in the court of their choosing.
Bitcoin's wild fluctuation in value has put cryptocurrency in the news. Whether or not digital currency becomes the exchange medium of the future, estate planners need to consider the special issues it raises.
It's in each party's interest to wrap up property issues during the divorce and not wait till after, when things can get a lot more complicated.
The stakes for "pet custody" decisions are higher now that a new law requires judges to "take into consideration the well-being of the companion animal."
With 2018 well underway, the ISBA is working hard to defend and protect the interests of the legal profession.
Frontier-lawyer Lincoln responded to humiliating disrespect from co-counsel Edwin Stanton by working hard to improve - and by later making Stanton his Secretary of War.
Extended tail coverage for firms that are closing and expanded cyber risk protection are two ways ISBA Mutual is responding to the changing practice landscape.
Do you use web meetings to meet with clients? Read on to see why it might be a good time to start.