Economic uncertainties. Technological advancements. Pay raises. Retention issues. Those are just a few considerations on the minds of managing partners as they lead their firm’s day-to-day operations.
After a years-long legal battle in Tazewell County Circuit followed by the 3rd District Appellate Court, the Illinois Supreme Court unanimously ruled on Nov. 28, 2022 an insurer’s duty to defend or indemnify does not extend to the tenants of an insured property against third-party claims.
As the Frye standard celebrates its 100th anniversary, it continues to be a point of contention for defense practitioners in Illinois.
Winning the case for a client is always an important goal. But sometimes it’s a matter of life or death.
Unlike trademark disputes, which I addressed in my last column, Non-Practicing Entity patent litigation is always about money. But the question is, how much money?
Family law is often ground zero for incivility, given the emotional magnitude of the issues involved and the life-changing nature of legal decisions rendered. Because courtrooms are often battlegrounds over the fate of relationships, families and assets, the stakes are high, and emotions run even higher.
40 Under Forty 2022Congratulations to this year's 40 Under Forty class of attorneys.
Salute! Women in Law 2022Chicago Lawyer is proud to present the 2022 Salute! Women in Law special section.