Discovering a Defendant’s Identity: The Evolution of Rule 224By Kimberly GlasfordApril 2016Article, Page 28For plaintiffs who need to identify defendants before suing for damages - or, perhaps, hope to "out" or shame them - Illinois Supreme Court Rule 224 can be an option. But despite a few decisions interpreting the rule, the law remains uncertain.
Restoring Lost Jurisdiction: The Revestment DoctrineBy Kimberly GlasfordSeptember 2015Article, Page 42The revestment doctrine allows parties to revest a circuit court with jurisdiction lost with the passage of time. Learn how you can use it to your strategic advantage.
Fighting UPL after Downtown DisposalBy Kimberly GlasfordNovember 2013Article, Page 574Downtown Disposal held that a layman's UPL on behalf of a corporation does not automatically void the proceedings. But the author argues that lawyers still have many UPL-fighting tools.