In 13 states, a man who fathers a child through rape can ask for custody rights. Shauna Prewitt wants to bring that number down to zero.
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Laws to curb medical-malpractice judgments have been implemented at least three times in Illinois’ 196 years of statehood. Gov. Bruce Rauner wants to make it four.
Chicago’s legacy law firms are shrinking here and growing in other cities. Out-of-town firms are growing faster here than any others. What’s behind all the coming and going?
David Baez is a lawyer at Willens Law Offices, a personal-injury and medical-malpractice plaintiff’s firm. He’s a Miami native and a graduate of the University of Notre Dame Law School.
If you’re a musician and avid music fan who happens to also be an attorney, and you start a firm with someone else who fits the same bill, your office space might resemble something like Leavens, Strand & Glover.
For 11 years until this past February, I was proud to work for the U.S. Department of Justice. It was an honor to say in court, on a weekly if not daily basis, “on behalf of the United States.”
Recent disciplinary orders entered by the Illinois Supreme Court involved lawyers who were found to have made false allegations about the conduct of opposing counsels.
Legal Technology Update — Fall 2015The Legal Technology Update for fall explains why cybersecurity is more important than ever,
CLE Guide — Fall 2015Law Bulletin Publishing Company is proud to present the 2015 Fall Continuing Legal Education Guide.
Litigation Support 2015The 2015 Litigation Support special section features experts' views on cyber security, outsourcing legal support, effective communication, detecting corporate fraud and more.
40 Attorneys Under Forty — 2015For the last 16 years, the 40 Under Forty Committee at Law Bulletin Publishing Company sifts through piles of nominations to select 40 of the most talented young attorneys practicing in Illinois. This publication is the result of this work.