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Volume 19 | Published 2009

Volume 18 | Published 2008

Volume 19, Number 4

Volume 19, Number 3

Volume 19, Number 2

Volume 19, Number 1

Volume 18, Number 4

Volume 18, Number 3

Volume 18, Number 2

Volume 18, Number 1

 

Volume 19 | Published 2009

Volume 19, Number 4
 19.4.M1 Index of IDC Monograph and Feature Articles Volumes 10-19
 19.4.2  President's Message
 19.4.3 Editor's Note 
 19.4.5 Feature Article: Employer Liability for Supervisor Sexual Harassment — A Comparison of Federal and State Standards 
 19.4.10 Civil Rights Update 
 19.4.12 Recent Decisions 
 19.4.16 Insurance Law 
 19.4.19 Workers' Compensation Report 
 19.4.20 Civil Practice and Procedure 
 19.4.22 Feature Article: Enforceable High/Low Settlement Agreements 
 19.4.30 Property Insurance 
 19.4.32 Appellate Practice Corner 
 19.4.36 Evidence and Practice Tips 
 19.4.39 Professional Liability 
 19.4.42 Feature Article: Use of Income Tax Returns, or Failure to File Them, to Diminish Damages for Lost Income or to Attack Plaintiff’s Credibility
 19.4.45 Employment Law 
 19.4.50 Product Liability 
 19.4.54 Commercial Law 
 19.4.55 The Defense Philosophy 
 19.4.56 Amicus Committee Report 
 19.4.57 Young Lawyers Report 

Volume 19, Number 3

 19.3.M1 IDC Monograph: A Guide to the Family Medical Leave Act of 1993 and New FMLA Regulations 
 19.3.4  President's Message 
 19.3.5 Editor's Note 
 19.3.7  Did Someone Mention Lilly Ledbetter? U.S. Supreme Court Provides Insight on the Lilly Ledbetter Act in a Pension Case 
 19.3.9 Medical Malpractice
 19.3.12 Civil Rights Update
 19.3.18  Product Liability 
 19.3.21 Civil Rights Update
 19.3.23 E-Discovery 
 19.3.26 Supreme Court Watch
 19.3.28  Property Insurance 
 19.3.30 Defining the Retained Control Exception: An Update on §414  
 19.3.34 Civil Practice and Procedure 
 19.3.36 Health Law 
 19.3.38 Recent Decisions 
 19.3.42 Insurance Law 
 19.3.45 Legal Ethics 
 19.3.47  Appellate Practice Corner 
 19.3.51  Commercial Law 
 19.3.52 The Defense Philosophy 
 19.3.53 Amicus Committee Report 
 19.3.54 Young Lawyers Report 
 19.3.56 Association News 

Volume 19 Number 2 

 19.2.M1 IDC Monograph: Can You Still Have an Illinois Class Action in a Mass Tort Case? Illinois Class Action Rules for Mass Tort Cases
 19.2.2 President's Message
 19.2.3  Editor's Note
 19.2.5 Candidates for Board of Directors 2009-2010
 19.2.10  Rule 213: Lost in Translation? 
 19.2.24  Legal Ethics
 19.2.26 Diversity
 19.2.27 Professional Liability
 19.2.29 Technology Law
 19.2.32 Workers' Compensation
 19.2.34  Feature Article: Beating Breach of Fiduciary Duty Claims Against Lawyers at the Pleading Stage
 19.2.40 Employment Law
 19.2.44  Commercial Law
 19.2.45 Supreme Court Watch
 19.2.48 The Illinois Citizen Participation Act Provides Immunity for the Exercise of First Amendment Rights 
 19.2.51 Feature Article: The 95th General Assembly
 19.2.54  Recent Decisions
 19.2.57  Insurance Law
 19.2.59 E-Discovery
 19.2.61 Municipal Law
 19.2.64 Civil Practice and Procedure
 19.2.65  The Defense Philosophy
 19.2.66 Amicus Committee Report
 19.2.68  Young Lawyers Report

Volume 19, Number 1

 19.1.M1 IDC Monograph: Defending the Insurance Producer: Duties, Proximate Cause Defenses and Avoiding Punitive Damages
 19.1.2 President's Message
 19.1.4 Editor's Note 
 19.1.5  Voir Dire — a Plaintiff’s Perspective  
 19.1.8  Voir Dire — a Defense Perspective 
 19.1.14  Civil Practice and Procedure 
 19.1.16 Supreme Court Watch 
 19.1.19 Medical Malpractice 
 19.1.22 Smith v. Waukegan Park District:Tort Immunity No Longer Available for Governmental Entities in Defense of Certain Retaliatory Discharge Claims  
 19.1.25 Municipal Law 
 19.1.27  Recent Decisions 
 19.1.32  Feature Article: The Appellate Court Administers a Healthy Dose of Common Sense to the Vehicle Photograph Admissibility Issue  
 19.1.38 Employment Law 
 19.1.41  Insurance Law
 19.1.44 Feature Article: Racking Up Attorney Fees under the Illinois Consumer Fraud Act: Simple Solutions to Prevent Attorney Abuse  
 19.1.50 Diversity
 19 1.51  Legislative Update
 19.1.53 Technology Law 
 19.1.57  Property Insurance
 19.1.60 Commercial Law
 19.1.61 E-Discovery
 19.1.63 Feature Article: Significant Changes in the Americans With Disabilities Act
 19.1.66 Workers' Compensation Report
 19.1.69  Professional Liability
 19.1.71 Feature Article: Mikolajczyk v. Ford Motor Company - A Synthesis of Approaches in Design Defect Cases 
 19.1.81  Health Law
 19.1.83 The Defense Philosophy
 19.1.84 Amicus Committee Report
 19.1.86 Young Lawyers Report

Volume 18 | Published 2008

Volume 18, Number 4

 18.4.M1 IDC Monograph: Illinois Temporary Total Disability: Workers’ Compensation Theory and Issues
 18.4.2 President's Message 
 18.4.4 Editor's Note 
 18.4.5 Feature Article: Advising Small Manufacturing Clients on the Reporting Requirements Under the Consumer Product Safety Act 
 18.4.9 Legal Ethics 
 18.4.10 Recent Decisions 
 18.4.15 Legislative Update 
 18.4.17 Employment Law 
 18.4.20 Health Law 
 18.4.23 Technology Law 
 18.4.26 Feature Article: Wills v. Foster: A Split Decision in the Battle Between Compensatory Damages and the Collateral Source Rule 
 18.4.33 Property Insurance 
 18.4.35 Commercial  Law 
 18.4.36 Appellate Practice Corner 
 18.4.38

Workers' Compensation Report 

 18.4.40 Feature Article: Laying it on the Line: Ethical Issues in Crossing State Lines to Conduct Depositions 
 18.4.43 Evidence and Practice Tips 
 18.4.46 Civil Rights Update 
 18.4.48 Medical Malpractice 
 18.4.52 Feature Article: The Illinois Supreme Court Introduces New Element of Compensable Damages: Shortened Life Expectancy 
 18.4.56 Product Liability 
 18.4.60 Municipal Law 
 18.4.62 Civil Practice and Procedure 
 18.4.65 Amicus Committee Report 
 18.4.66 The Defense Philosophy 
 18.4.67 Young Lawyers Division

Volume 18, Number 3

 18.3.M1 IDC Monograph: On the Road From Park Ridge to Springfield The Illinois Supreme Court Will Determine Whether Sections 6-105 and 6-106 of the Tort Immunity Act Bar Plaintiffs’ Claims for Failure to Provide Medical Services 
 18.3.2 President's Message 
 18.3.4 Editor's Note 
 18.3.5 Letter to the Editor 
 18.3.8 Feature Article: Barth v. State Farm Leveling the Playing Field  
 18.3.13 Supreme Court Watch 
 18.3.15 Evidence and Practice Tips 
 18.3.18 Workers' Compensation Report
 18.3.19 Civil Rights Update 
 18.3.22

Legal Ethics

 18.3.24 Appellate Practice Corner
 18.3.27 Commercial Law
 18.3.28 Feature Article: A Trap for the Unwary: Two-Year Statute of Limitations for Actions Against Insurance Brokers 
 18.3.31 Health Law 
 18.3.33 Legislative Update 
 18.3.34 Employment Law 
 18.3.37 Technology Law 
 18.3.41 Insurance Law
 18.3.43 Professional Liability
 18.3.46 Recent Decisions
 18.3.48 Product Liability
 18.3.51 Amicus Committee Report
 18.3.53 The Defense Philosophy 
 18.3.54 Young Lawyers Report
 18.3.56 Association News

Volume 18, Number 2

 18.2.M1 IDC Monograph: The Struggle Over Selective Waiver and the Production of Confidential Information to the Government 
 18.2.2 President's Message 
 18.2.3 Editor's Note 
 18.2.4 Feature Article: Continuing Developments in Construction Negligence  
 18.2.9 Recent Decisions 
 18.2.11 Legal Ethics 
 18.2.13 Civil Rights Update 
 18.2.15

Supreme Court Watch

 18.2.18 Diversity
 18.2.19 Evidence and Practice Tips
 18.2.21 Health Law
 18.2.23 Commercial Law
 18.2.25 Workers' Compensation Report
 18.2.26 Employment Law
 18.2.30 Insurance Law
 18.2.32 Medical Malpractice
 18.2.35 Appellate Practice Corner
 18.2.38 Professional Liability
 18.2.40 Civil Practice and Procedure
 18.2.42 Property Insurance
 18.2.45 Technology Law
 18.2.49 Amicus Committee Report
 18.2.52 Young Lawyers Report
 18.2.54 The Defense Philosophy
 18.2.56 Association News

Volume 18, Number 1

 18.1.M1 IDC Monograph: Judicial Approach to Medical Malpractice Reform
 18.1.2 President's Message 
 18.1.3 Editor's Note 
 18.1.4 Feature Article: What To Do with the Leftovers? Residual Funds in Class Action Common Funds Under 735 ILCS 5/2-807 
 18.1.7 Employment Law 
 18.1.11 Workers' Compensation Report
 18.1.16 Civil Rights Update
 18.1.18 Supreme Court Watch 
 18.1.21 Medical Malpractice 
 18.1.23 Appellate Practice Corner 
 18.1.24 Health Law
 18.1.26 Recent Decisions
 18.1.29 Insurance Law
 18.1.33 Commercial Law
 18.1.35 E-Discovery
 18.1.37 Product Liability 
 18.1.41 Evidence and Practice Tips
 18.1.43 Municipal Law
 18.1.46 Amicus Committee Report
 18.1.48 Feature Article: Judicial Estoppel Based on a Judicial Admission Should be Decided on a Dispositive Motion



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