Springfield is stuck, but front and center is a set of proposals from Gov. Bruce Rauner to make Illinois more enticing to employers. Where does Illinois stand compared to its neighbors?
June 2016 | Read the story »
Illinois allows individuals with juvenile arrest or criminal records to have their history in the courts expunged. But a new study says policies in place make it hard for adults to clear their names years later.
Chicago Lawyer’s large law firm survey highlights the biggest legal operations within the state, providing a glimpse at how firms have changed in size over recent years, who their leaders are and how much money they’re raking in.
Stephen Litchfield, vice president and general counsel for global supply chain at Schneider Electric, has dedicated his career to catching counterfeiters and made international acclaim in the process.
The key word for Butler Rubin Saltarelli & Boyd’s new office space: Bridges. Bridges play several roles at the litigation firm’s new digs on the fourth floor at 321 N. Clark St.
Picture a patient on a gurney in the preoperative unit of one of the best academic medical centers in the country. She needs a complex and extensive surgical procedure and knows there is a risk of potentially devastating complications.
Chicago Lawyer Directory: Alternative Dispute ResolutionA roundup of alternative dispute resolution services.
Chicago Lawyer DirectoryProfiles of some of the top women in the profession.
Chicago Lawyer DirectoryA roundup of the top legal technology companies in the Chicago area.
CLE Guide — Spring 2016Law Bulletin Publishing Company is proud to present the 2016 Spring Continuing Legal Education Guide.