September 2020 • Volume 108 • Number 9 • Pages 1-56
Threatening speech not protected by First Amendment; recorded deeds not subject to fraudulent concealment; COVID-19-related legislation and administrative rules; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
Solos, small firms, and the importance of leadership, time management, and client relationships.
A legislative rule prohibits evidence of immigration status in Illinois civil proceedings.
The technology for recording estate-planning document signings has been inexpensive and readily accessible for decades.
Testing the limits and technicalities of force majeure.
What should Illinois attorneys know about the controversial new Title IX Rule?
Exploring the unique postdeath tax-planning opportunities for Illinois taxpayers who have died within six months prior to the COVID-19 outbreak.
The painful reality for at-will employees after a work injury.
The Appellate Court Administrative Committee of the Illinois Supreme Court requests pro bono appellate defenders to help reduce the number of pending cases with the State Appellate Defender.
ISBA’s new president is making the Association’s presence a virtual reality.
Over the ear, in the ear, wired, or wireless—there’s a useful headset out there for you.
Two free websites guide the way to thousands of public-records databases.
Writing wisdom from the late William Safire.
Motivating clients to accept legal advice in a time of uncertainty.
Generous contributions to the Illinois Bar Foundation’s COVID-19 Lawyers Care Relief Fund have led to more than $125,000 in relief payments to Illinois attorneys.