Articles From Hon. E. Kenneth Wright, Jr.

Boosting Wellness and Managing Stress During Quarantine By Erin Clifford, E. Kenneth Wright, Jr., & Michael B. Hyman Human and Civil Rights, June 2020 Wellness and stress management tips during COVID-19.
Boosting Wellness and Managing Stress During Quarantine By Erin Clifford, E. Kenneth Wright, Jr., & Michael B. Hyman Young Lawyers Division, June 2020 Wellness and stress management tips during COVID-19.
Staying Active, Healthy, and Productive at Home By Michael B. Hyman, E. Kenneth Wright, Jr., & Erin Clifford Senior Lawyers, June 2020 Suggestions to better manage working from home during COVID-19.
Staying Active, Healthy, and Productive at Home By Michael B. Hyman, E. Kenneth Wright, Jr., & Erin Clifford Bench and Bar, June 2020 Suggestions to better manage working from home during COVID-19.
Staying Active, Healthy, and Productive at Home By Michael B. Hyman, E. Kenneth Wright, Jr., & Erin Clifford Family Law, June 2020 Suggestions to better manage working from home during COVID-19.
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Staying Active, Healthy, and Productive at Home By Michael B. Hyman, E. Kenneth Wright, Jr., & Erin Clifford Mineral Law, June 2020 Suggestions to better manage working from home during COVID-19.
Staying Active, Healthy, and Productive at Home By Michael B. Hyman, E. Kenneth Wright, Jr., & Erin Clifford Federal Taxation, June 2020 Suggestions to better manage working from home during COVID-19.
Staying Active, Healthy, and Productive at Home By Michael B. Hyman, E. Kenneth Wright, Jr., & Erin Clifford Commercial Banking, Collections, and Bankruptcy, June 2020 Suggestions to better manage working from home during COVID-19.
Staying Active, Healthy, and Productive at Home By Michael B. Hyman, E. Kenneth Wright, Jr., & Erin Clifford Local Government Law, June 2020 Suggestions to better manage working from home during COVID-19.
19 Ways to Manage Stress and Avoid Conflict While Staying Indoors By E. Kenneth Wright, Jr., Erin Clifford, & Michael B. Hyman Workers’ Compensation Law, May 2020 A list of ways to help you manage the stress and potential interpersonal conflicts posed by COVID-19 confinement.
Boosting Wellness and Managing Stress During Quarantine By Erin Clifford, E. Kenneth Wright, Jr., & Michael B. Hyman Real Estate Law, May 2020 Wellness and stress management tips during COVID-19.
Boosting Wellness and Managing Stress During Quarantine By Erin Clifford, E. Kenneth Wright, Jr., & Michael B. Hyman Commercial Banking, Collections, and Bankruptcy, May 2020 Wellness and stress management tips during COVID-19.
Physician Assisted Suicide: You Be the Judge By E. Kenneth Wright, Jr. Elder Law, April 2020 A look at "death with dignity" laws around the country.
Mental health review By Hon. E. Kenneth Wright, Jr. Mental Health Law, July 2019 Stress, anxiety, depression, and grief are common problems that can lead to serious health, career, and relationship problems, especially for lawyers.
Help is on the way By E. Kenneth Wright, Jr. Bench and Bar, May 2019 A look at Judge John Pavich's life and unique path from CIA officer to judge.
When greenbacks were the rule of law By E. Kenneth Wright, Jr. Bench and Bar, June 2018 Judge Brockton Lockwood helped root out corruption in the Chicago courts while assigned to Cook County many years ago.
The thousand-foot rule By E. Kenneth Wright, Jr. Bench and Bar, February 2018 The Illinois Supreme Court recently issued a seminal ruling examining the constitutionality of the Illinois statute addressing the crime of unlawful use of weapons within 1,000 feet of a public park.
More will come! By E. Kenneth Wright, Jr. Bench and Bar, March 2017 There are certain laws, rules, conventions and practices that most lawyers are aware of and follow - sometimes referred to as “Hornbook Law.” Courts normally do not look at these established tenets of the law. However, when they do all bets may be off.
Video testimony: One-way, two-way, Skype, closed circuit: Let me count the ways…. By Hon. E. Kenneth Wright, Jr. Bench and Bar, November 2016 This article is the result of a New Mexico Supreme Court case involving the use of Skype in a criminal case. It will present a brief history of the use of video in criminal proceedings in Illinois and other states.
The many faces of e-filing By Hon. E. Kenneth Wright, Jr. Bench and Bar, May 2016 An update on the status of electronic filing of papers in Illinois courts.
Justice on the move By Hon. E. Kenneth Wright, Jr. Bench and Bar, February 2016 A discussion of how we can work to make the courts more accessible to litigants.
The rabbit and the turtle: Who wins—An examination of multi-district litigation on federal and state levels By Cyle Catlett & Hon. E. Kenneth Wright Bench and Bar, September 2014 An explanation of federal multidistrict litigation and Illinois’ state multidistrict litigation, and analysis of why the Illinois format is superior.
The forlorn and forgotten affidavit comes to life (again) By Hon. E. Kenneth Wright, Jr. Bench and Bar, January 2014 A helpful guide to affidavits.
The exit—Illinois Supreme Court Chief Justice moves on: An interview with Justice Thomas Kilbride By Hon. E. Kenneth Wright, Jr. Bench and Bar, November 2013 The former Chief Justice reflects on his term and discusses his future.
Pro se, alias, service of process, return of service—What language is this? By Jenea Wilson, Jessy Richert, & Hon. E. Kenneth Wright, Jr. Bench and Bar, September 2013 A guide for average people (and maybe lawyers and judges) to help navigate through the tempestuous waters of filing or defending a small case in court.
Partial Impartiality and Illinois Judicial disqualification: Problems, prospects, and possibilities By Hon. E. Kenneth Wright, Jr., Sabena Auyeung, & Christos Dimoulis Bench and Bar, February 2013 While maintaining complete impartiality is an honorable pursuit, is it possible for judges to leave their life experiences and common sense “at the courtroom door”? Must personal perspectives, morals, and values be traded in for a black robe?
How far can a raptor (vulture) spread its wings? Internet jurisdiction in the digital age—Wow! By Hon. E. Kenneth Wright, Jr. Bench and Bar, December 2012 A complicated jurisdictional dispute can arise both here and in a foreign country when a U.S. Internet service provider offers a variety of services such as search engine, e-mail, auctions, etc. that contain content that violates laws in that country.
How to create a (legal) hornet’s nest By Hon. E. Kenneth Wright, Jr. Bench and Bar, October 2012 Deutsche Bank v. Brewer involves service by publication in a Cook County foreclosure case.
The Pro Se Litigant: Small Claim Pro Se Court By Hon. E. Kenneth Wright, Jr. Bench and Bar, September 2012 The Circuit Court’s Small Claims Pro Se Division serves the dual process of providing meaningful access to self-represented litigants, while also promoting judicial economy.
Jurors permitted to ask questions By Hon. E. Kenneth Wright, Jr. & Sabena Auyeung Bench and Bar, July 2012 While trial judges in Illinois and other states have, in the past, allowed jurors to ask questions, Rule 243 and the accompanying revisions to the Pattern Jury Instructions Civil now provide a structure for trial judges in Illinois to allow juror questions if the parties agree.

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