December 2020 • Volume 108 • Number 12 • Pages 1–48
Double-jeopardy appeal rejected by Illinois Supreme Court; when the defendant and counsel are voluntarily absent at trial; burglary by entry and the limited-authority doctrine; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
Podcasts and blogging can expand your reach, build your reputation, and open doors.
With a bit of luck and outside-the-box thinking, the clever litigator can save the day by seizing the opponent’s cause of action
Can one recover damages under the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Act for contracting COVID-19?
COVID-19 and the right to a speedy trial in Illinois.
ISBA President Dennis J. Orsey presents a positive finale to 2020 and sends his holiday greetings to members on behalf of the ISBA and its officers.
Nominate Yourself for an ISBA Committee or Section Council
Virtual private networks you can take anywhere.
Getting serious about the authorities you use in your legal writing.
An expanded look at the impacts of civil and political unrest, economic instability, and COVID-19.
Little lessons learned while working at home.
The Illinois Bar Foundation continues to deliver for lawyers and their families in need.