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In This Issue…
- Defendants dismissed without prejudice can be named as respondents in discovery
The Illinois Appellate Court, Second District, recently joined the First District in holding that a plaintiff may use the respondent in discovery statute to name a person who has already been dismissed as a defendant in the same case.
- Theresa Gronkiewicz assigned to ABA Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs
ABA Senior Counsel Theresa ("Terri") Gronkiewicz has been assigned to staff the ABA Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs.
- The ABA’s role in protecting judicial independence
The independence of the judiciary is an important pillar in any democracy, but throughout history, it has also proven to be a fragile one.
- Recent appointments and retirements
Recent changes to Illinois' Judiciary.
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January 15 | Webcast
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