Articles From Bridget Duignan

Illinois families deserve more: The case for paid family leave By Bridget Duignan Women and the Law, February 2016 The time has come for Illinois to embrace what should be a very basic way to preserve our family structure and grow our family values--by instituting mandatory paid family leave.
An explanation of the summary jury trial By Bridget Duignan Alternative Dispute Resolution, December 2014 If a summary jury trial is right for you, your client and her case, then you reap the benefits (and the pitfalls) of a one-day trial.
An explanation of the summary jury trial By Bridget Duignan Tort Law, February 2014 If a summary jury trial is right for you, your client and her case, then you reap the benefits (and the pitfalls) of a one-day trial.
The amendment to the Health Care Services Lien Act By Bridget Duignan Tort Law, December 2012 The amended Act provides certainty and a more level playing field for insurance companies and individual insureds within the context of bodily injury and death claims.
O’Connell v. Turner Construction, Inc. and Section 414 of the Restatement (Second) of Torts By Bridget Duignan Tort Law, February 2012 The demarcation between retained control and the lack thereof is not clear-cut and the Illinois Supreme Court has not revisited this issue since it first recognized Section 414 as a statement of Illinois law, over 45 years ago.

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