Defeating unproductive work habits one tweak at a time.
November 2019 • Volume 107 • Number 11 • Pages 1–56
On Oct. 7, the U.S. Supreme Court kicked off its new term with several employment cases, including cases on appeal from the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago. Illinois employers should keep tabs on these cases and anticipate how the Court’s rulings will add to a bevy of new compliance obligations going into effect in 2019 and 2020.
There are pitfalls for attorneys who assume that a privilege follows whenever client communications are preceded simply by promises to maintain confidences.
What you need to know about representations and warranties insurance when navigating the sale of your client’s business.
The advent of smartphones containing audio and video capabilities gives virtually everyone the means to preserve evidence. But before you get to the question of whether the recording is authentic, you first need to be sure it was legally made.
The long-term vision behind the ISBA Leadership Academy.
There are many options for getting involved in the 2020-21 bar year.
The pros, cons, and future of digital signatures.
The 1919 race riots in Chicago left 38 dead, more than 1,000 homeless, and many legal questions unanswered.
The Congressional Research Service’s “authoritative, confidential, objective and nonpartisan” analysis of congressional issues.