Illinois Bar Journal

Author Index Kimberly Glasford

Discovering a Defendant’s Identity: The Evolution of Rule 224

By Kimberly Glasford
April
2016
Article
, Page 28
For 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 Doctrine

By Kimberly Glasford
September
2015
Article
, Page 42
The 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.
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Fighting UPL after Downtown Disposal

By Kimberly Glasford
November
2013
Article
, Page 574
Downtown 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.

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