December 2021 • Volume 109 • Number 12 • Pages 1–48
Felons and FOID cards; unenforceable contract blocks quantum meruit recovery; bathroom use for transgendered employees; remote appearances; and more.
See cases, legislation, and administrative agencies.
Learning from others as you keep your own internal microaggressor at bay.
The incorrect characterization of a mortgage foreclosure filing precondition as a “condition precedent” has resulted in a stricter standard of compliance for lenders than should be required.
There are exceptions to the rule against admissibility of subsequent remedial measures besides proving ownership or control, showing feasibility of alternative design, or to impeach.
Parties in federal arbitration can subpoena information from nonparties, but there are significant limitations—limitations that sometimes can be overcome.
The ISBA’s top elected leaders send members their annual season’s greetings as we close out 2021.
Nominate Yourself for an ISBA Committee or Section Council
A conversation with ISBA member State Sen. Elgie Sims Jr. (D-Chicago).
Options for expanding your computer screen’s real estate.
A 110-year-old book on advocating and winning still speaks to attorneys today.
When the workplace is a wicked place.
Looking for inspiration from within? Give yourself one of these unconventional awards.