Illinois Bar Journal

Author Index Patrick M. Kinnally

Once Cheated, Twice Shy: Using Prejudgment Attachment to Help Your Defrauded Client Recover

By Patrick M. Kinnally
June
2015
Article
, Page 36
If your client is a victim of fraud and the tortfeasor has assets in Illinois, prejudgment attachment can be a way to stop the defendant from dissipating assets before you win your case.

Litigating Noncompetition Agreements: The Employee’s Perspective

By Patrick M. Kinnally
May
2007
Article
, Page 250
Your client's former employer goes to court seeking a TRO to enforce a noncompete agreement against him. What do you do?

The Occasional Litigator’s Guide to Making the Most of Pleadings and Motions

By Patrick M. Kinnally
August
2004
Article
, Page 414
Did you know you can win a motion but damage your case in the process? Here's advice on using pleadings wisely.

Trial Practice Update for General Practitioners: Lessons from Recent Cases

By Patrick M. Kinnally
October
2003
Article
, Page 508
A review of leading practice and procedure cases and the lessons they teach.

Aliens, Guilty Pleas, and the Risk of Deportation: Time for Legislative Action

By Moira K. Moran & Patrick M. Kinnally
April
2001
Article
, Page 194
The authors recommend that the General Assembly require judges to admonish noncitizen defendants that they could be deported if they plead guilty.

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