Lawyers must lock down devices whether working from the office, home, a hotel room, or a coffee shop.
October 2018 • Volume 106 • Number 10 • Pages 1–56
Federal income taxes owed by a decedent's estate may take priority over other claims and expenses, especially when the estate is insolvent. Understanding how and when to pay an estate's taxes in relation to the estate's other obligations is critical.
Appellate and trial courts are issuing inconsistent decisions concerning proper standing and jurisdiction following the U.S. Supreme Court's opinion in Spokeo, Inc. v. Robins. The uncertainty created by these decisions means judges and attorneys must juggle many variables when considering choice of venue in Illinois and other states.
The Military Lending Act’s lending restrictions were expanded to include consumer credit card issuers, unsecured consumer lenders, and depository institutions. Some lenders were given until Oct. 3, 2018, to be fully compliant.
There are many options for getting involved in 2019-20.
Seeking help is within your grasp. All you need to do is ask.
Find a qualified ISBA member when a case falls outside of your area of practice.
Learn the "dead-simple" way to encrypt your attorney-client communications with Office 365.
Revisiting the ethical principles guiding Illinois Rule of Professional Conduct 7.1.
ISBA sponsors effort to install high-quality reproductions of a famous Lincoln photograph in courthouses throughout Illinois.