Articles From David J. Fish

Top 10 wage violations in Illinois By David J. Fish Labor and Employment Law, August 2017 This article will help Illinois lawyers better serve their clients by identifying frequently overlooked wage claims.
Are your clients’ arbitration clauses enforceable? By David J. Fish Alternative Dispute Resolution, October 2012   The case of Domin v. River Oaks Imports, Inc., provides a valuable lesson—remember the basic elements of contract law when drafting arbitration agreements.
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From the Chair By David J. Fish Federal Civil Practice, September 2007 Dear Federal Civil Practice Committee members:
Proposed electronic discovery amendments to the Federal Rules—If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it By David J. Fish Federal Civil Practice, September 2005 The rules should be left alone. The current rules adequately address documents/data in all forms—including electronic. As technology develops, so will case law. But, creating a one size fits all approach to electronic discovery is dangerous.
Local government Web sites and the First Amendment By David J. Fish Local Government Law, November 2001 Many local governmental bodies now have excellent Web sites that are the equivalent of a virtual village hall. Residents can download permit applications, obtain information about public officials, and even access local ordinances.

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