We asked judges whether we're all doing enough to keep calm.
April 2019 • Volume 107 • Number 4 • Pages 1–56
A husband wants his in-laws out of the house. His wife wants them to stay.
A primer on the different forms of ADR.
Financial exploitation of the elderly is a growing social concern. Estate planners should examine issues involved in the exploitation of the elderly and consider provisions that may protect their clients.
A judgment is entered as to part of your case, but other matters still remain. Can you appeal? The answer is "yes" under Illinois Supreme Court Rule 304(a), but only if you follow the guidelines.
Attorneys would be well-served to appreciate the implications of an important legal trend in personal jurisdiction caselaw and be prepared to incorporate these developments into their practice.
The ISBA continues to support the longstanding ban on fee sharing with nonlawyers; meanwhile, the ARDC and the Chicago Bar Foundation have revised their arguments for lifting it.
Find a qualified ISBA member when a case falls outside of your area of practice.
Everyone dreads the prospect of a computer virus or malware. Here are tips for spotting whether your computer might be infected.
A humbling and inspirational remembrance of the late attorney John Doar.
Time for a "birds and bees" discussion about client development.
High School Mock Trials in Springfield; the ISBA Standing Committee on Women and the Law host afternoon tea on International Women's Day; wine tasting and speed networking with the Young Lawyers Division.