June 2019 • Volume 107 • Number 6
Recommendations from seller of securities cannot form basis of Securities Law violations; stun guns and Tasers excluded from reach of unlawful use statute; police officer's detection of marijuana odor leads to reasonable search; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
How lean and clean is your business routine?
Banks have been known to challenge power-of-attorney agents, but steps can be taken to prevent such conflicts.
When an Ex-Spouse's Increase in Income Does Not Count
The inherent disadvantages of a traditional installment contract for deed are overcome by restructuring the transaction as an outright sale with seller-provided, purchase-money financing.
Recent changes to the Illinois Juvenile Court Act-specifically those dealing with juvenile custodial interrogations-and caselaw surrounding juvenile interrogations.
Augmented reality technologies and the inherent legal issues that arise from them.
ISBA President James F. McCluskey closes out his presidential year with many thanks and highlights of his term.
Microsoft's often-overlooked feature for scheduling appointments with ease.
If you want to write well, don't do anything listed in this column.
Taking breaks during the workday can make you a better lawyer.
Mental well-being, everyday conversations, and achieving your best practice.
ISBA elections and new lawyers admitted to the Illinois bar.