March 2019 • Volume 107 • Number 3 • Pages 1–52
Punitive fines upheld in Class 2 felony conviction; search warrant invalidated due to lack of substantial basis for probable cause; juvenile records protections strengthened; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
Why do lawyers struggle with getting things done?
Practical advice for estate planning attorneys encountering this emerging client demographic.
Effective Jan. 1, 2019, employers must reimburse employees for expenses incurred in the scope of employment. Failure to do so is akin to any other failure to compensate employees under the law.
Recent decisions in the U.S. and Illinois Supreme Courts have complicated the landscape for ineffective-assistance-of-counsel claims brought in Illinois.
The recent expansion of the attorney-litigation privilege demonstrates why attorneys must increasingly be vigilant in their commitment to ethical principles.
Prepare to vote! Several candidates are competing for seats on the Board of Governors and Assembly.
Learn how to use process mapping and help your firm "go lean."
When anxiety crosses the threshold from normal to excessive, it's time to seek help.
We can learn much from Hemingway's sparse, crisp prose, which did not come naturally to him either.
The Illinois Department of Revenue's website makes researching taxes less daunting.