In his 54th year on the job, this isn’t criminal defense lawyer Allan Ackerman’s first rodeo. He’s defended plenty of accused people over the years. But something stands out to him in the case of Matthew Sopron, whom he’s vowed to represent pro bono until the day he’s free.
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A new process in patent law known as inter partes review has stirred controversy, with some warning that it will stifle creativity.
Vincent F. Cornelius is the principal of the Law Office of Vincent F. Cornelius.
Aug. 27, 1865: The day lawyer, U.S. vice president and Nobel Peace Prize co-laureate Charles G. Dawes, an Evanston resident for almost half-a-century, was born.
The Confederate flag and the Washington Redskins logo and name are as controversial as American symbols get.
Your time is scarce. Between billable hours and business development, crazy clients and demanding partners, there is hardly enough time to use the restroom, let alone enjoy a social or family life.
A lawyer friend of mine recently told me about a meeting where she gave a presentation.
Legal Technology Update 2015This year's Legal Technology Update once again features our annual e-discovery survey, now in its eighth year.
CLE Guide — Spring 2015Law Bulletin Publishing Company is proud to present the 2015 Spring Continuing Legal Education Guide.
Year in Review 2014
Our Year in Review 2014 takes a look back on some highlights of the past year.
40 Attorneys Under Forty
For the last 15 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.