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November 2014, Volume 15, Number 3

  • Illinois Supreme Court holds Looking Elsewhere is Not a Distraction under the Distraction Exception to the Open and Obvious Condition Rule | by: Cecil E. Porter, III, Litchfield Cavo LLP
  • Recent Trends in Mass Toxic Torts | by: Erica S. Longfield, Swanson, Martin & Bell, LLP
  • The Bright Side of Ferro v Folta: Using Conflicts Law to Bar Civil Actions Arising From Injuries Subject to Another State’s Workers’ Compensation Statute | by: N. Drew Kemp, HeplerBroom LLC
  • What Does Your Electronic Communications Policy Say? #VoluntaryUndertaking | by: Patrick W. Stufflebeam, HeplerBroom, LLC

April 2012, Volume 13, Number 2

  • Unforeseen Injury or Unforeseen Plaintiff? An Analysis of Zokhrabov v. Park | by: David J. Sullivan, Schuyler Roche & Crisham, P.C.
  • Forum Non Conveniens: It’s Not About Convenience Anymore, Or Is It? | by: George A. Kiser, HeplerBroom LLC
  • Analyzing the Risk-Utility Test Post-Jablonski | by: Justin K. Beyer, Seyfarth Shaw LLP
  • The Internet Jurisdiction: Can Your Non-Resident Clients’ Online Contacts Expose Them to General Jurisdiction in Illinois? | by: Patrick W. Stufflebeam, HeplerBroom LLC
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution: An Efficient Solution in Complicated Times | by: Nicole D. Milos, CremerSpina, LLC
  • The Federal Courts Jurisdiction and Venue Clarification Act of 2011 | by: Bradley C. Nahrstadt, Williams, Montgomery & John, Ltd.

November 2011, Volume 12, Number 16

  • Saving Your Assets: Understanding Successor Liability In Illinois | by: Justin K. Beyer, Seyfarth Shaw LLP
  • Workers’ Compensation Reform – The 2011 Version | by: R. Mark Cosimini, Rusin, Maciorowski & Friedman
  • How to Lose a Forum Non Conveniens Motion…That You Won | by: Mandi K. Ferguson, HeplerBroom LLC
  • Take the Fifth in a Civil Case and Live to Tell the Tale; Yes You Can! | by: George Kiser, HeplerBroom LLC
  • There are Ruts on Construction Sites. Who Would Have Guessed? | by: David M. Lewin, Lewin Law Group, P.C.
  • Medical Malpractice Plaintiffs Can Now Obtain More Than Just a Copy of Their Own Records Before Filing a Certificate of Merit Under Section 2-622 | by: David J. Sullivan, Schuyler Roche & Crisham, P.C.
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