Illinois Bar Journal

Articles From Gino L. DiVito

The Surprising Number of Differences Between the Federal and Illinois Rules of Evidence

By Gino L. DiVito
January
2020
Article
Page 30
The Federal and Illinois Rules of Evidence diverge in dozens of ways worth noting.

New Limits on Subject Matter Waiver of Attorney-Client Privilege

By Hon. Gino L. DiVito, Brian C. Haussmann, & John M. Fitzgerald
July
2013
Article
Page 348
Illinois Rule of Evidence 502 and the Center Partners decision mean fewer business discussions fall outside attorney-client privilege.

Surviving the Death of Oral Argument

By Gino L. DiVito
April
2011
Article
Page 188
A retired appellate justice offers his view of what can be done to assure full and fair vetting of cases in a post-oral-argument world.

Judicial Selection in Illinois: A Third Way

By Gino L. DiVito
December
2010
Article
Page 624
Judicial elections? Merit selection? While the decades-old debate continues, a former judge proposes a constitutional amendment that represents a third way.

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