Expert tips on videoconferencing, social media, and virtual office management from this year’s Solo & Small Firm Conference presenters.
September 2021 • Volume 109 • Number 9 • Pages 1–52
Using bond in lieu of probate for transferring title.
Enforcing an I-864 affidavit in an Illinois divorce.
Federal civil law and the Fifth Amendment.
The existing law surrounding incomplete impeachment and practical tips for lawyers when confronting witnesses with their prior inconsistent statements.
Sensitive business information in the possession of government agencies and businesses is potentially subject to disclosure as a public record. Fortunately, the law provides ways to protectthis information.
Cocaine is not defined the same way under Illinois and federal law. An analysis of the impact of United States v. Ruth on federal drug sentencing enhancements.
Major ISBA events and initiatives scheduled for this fall will focus on networking, business growth, and skill development.
Easy ways to protect yourself from malware creep and apps that want your personal data (including voice-controlled services like Alexa).
While not perfect, Google Scholar’s free caselaw database is pretty robust.
Tips and a checklist for proofreaders. Plus, can you spot the intentional typos in this column?
Women were making strides in the workplace prior to COVID-19. What’s happened since?
The battle between an attorney and Big Bob the Robin. By Stephen J. Rice