Illinois Bar Journal

Author Index Edward S. Margolis

Pleading Lack of Knowledge: Not a Denial Under Illinois Law

By Edward S. Margolis
July
2016
Article
, Page 44
Practitioners and judges should be aware that pleading lack of knowledge in response to an allegation in a civil case is not a denial and should not be treated as one in subsequent pleadings.

Advantage to Creditor: Understanding Preference Actions and Available Defenses

By Edward S. Margolis
November
2005
Article
, Page 590
The bankruptcy reform law adds some new pro-creditor wrinkles to defending preference actions.

Special Appearance Revisited: Preserving a Jurisdictional Challenge Without an Evidentiary Hearing

By Edward S. Margolis
June
2001
Article
, Page 317
Section 2-301 of the Code of Civil Procedure may just be the answer.

Suing Out-of-State Defendants in Illinois: Minimum Contacts after TCA, Ruprecht and Chalek

By Edward S. Margolis
August
2000
Article
, Page 458
An analysis of recent cases that may affect the right to enforce business contracts in Illinois.

Rediscovering the Truth: Requests for Admissions Are Not Discovery

By Edward S. Margolis
April
1999
Article
, Page 214
A pair of recent Illinois Supreme Court decisions have given practitioners a powerful tool for narrowing issues of fact.

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