June 2020 • Volume 108 • Number 6 • Pages 1-48
Related attorney-in-fact required to reimburse estate due to presumption of fraud; clear intent of will prevails in farmland dispute; immigration status and professional licenses; immigration status and its admissibility as evidence; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
Legal-technology companies are promising that artificial intelligence will make you a better lawyer.
The doctrine of commercial frustration offers a pathway to challenge pandemic-stymied contracts lacking clear force majeure clauses.
Amendments to the Illinois Prevailing Wage Act in 2019 make the state’s wage laws among the most progressive in the nation.
How to cure defaulted reverse mortgages while keeping the house.
Protections for users of direct-to-consumer genetic tests.
Celebrating the ISBA Mutual Insurance Company’s 32 years of service.
While laws provide murky guidance on making websites accessible to people with disabilities, plenty of resources offer good advice.
Simple self-reflection strategies can help to regain one’s footing during these unmoored times.
Writing for one can help even when you’re writing for many.
COVID-19 related reflections on what we’ve come to know.