What to do and not do when the ARDC comes knocking.
November 2018 • Volume 106 • Number 11 • Pages 1–52
Social media sites provide attorneys with many more ways to pursue and defend the claims of clients during trial. Establishing social media content as evidence is now easier and less expensive thanks to new amendments to the Illinois Rules of Evidence.
Courts hold that postemployment restrictive covenants must be supported by adequate consideration, generally characterized as "employment for a substantial period of time." But what is a "substantial period of time"? Illinois Supreme Court guidance would be helpful.
The Illinois Health Care Lien Services Act complicates situations that involve injured patients, their insurance policies, hospital bills, and settlements. An analysis of common scenarios provides clarity for attorneys pursuing their injured clients' best interests.
There are many options for getting involved in 2019-20.
The Midyear Meeting at Chicago's Palmer House Hilton will promote physical and mental wellness.
In today's economic climate, law firms must be diligent in assessing expenses and business practices to ensure that their bottom line doesn't suffer.
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How to craft email that makes a good impression and keeps you out of trouble.