Gun in vehicle doesn’t imply possession; no exceptions for minimum number of petitions needed for candidates; trial judge overestimates police officer’s long-distance identification skills; curbside voting legislation; and more.
Illinois courts have made fraud an extremely subjective and fact-specific claim. This subjective standard is evidenced by the First District of the Illinois Appellate Court’s September 2020 decision in Metropolitan Capital Bank & Trust v. Feiner.
Managing in the #MeToo environment has changed the dynamic of the employment relationship. There are many considerations for preventing and responding to incidents of sexual harassment in the law office.