May 2019 • Volume 107 • Number 5 • Pages 1–52
Disturbing phone call made to school administrator not protected by First Amendment; pro se defendant’s excuse for absence merits consideration; health-care employees no longer allowed general or moral exemption from influenza vaccines; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
Some people love to network; others, not so much. But connecting face-to-face has never been more important.
Why bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are easy to hide and difficult to value.
An attorney has a judgment against a former client for attorney's fees. So, now what?
Ten ways to avoid common mistakes when preserving an issue for appeal.
Nightmare settlements that claw their way back from the dead.s
An overview of recent efforts to legislate sports gambling in Illinois and elsewhere summarizes the wide range of decisions that need to be made before bets are placed in Illinois.
It's Member Appreciation Month … and a great time to celebrate your ISBA membership benefits.
Four simple steps to start your DMS search.
Abraham Lincoln and his involvement in a case defending the first train bridge over the Mississippi River.
The Federal Register is superior to pay sites when it comes to researching regulatory history. And, it's free.
The new blog aggregation site will feature ISBA member blogs and ISBA content.