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  • Trial Notebook

    The city of Chicago invoked the Local Governmental and Governmental Employees Tort Immunity Act when American Family Mutual Insurance Co. sued as subrogee for $12,670 based on alleged “breach of bailment contract.”
  • Workplace Issues

    A federal court in Michigan recently issued a ruling accusing an insurance company of committing a logical fallacy in adjudicating a disability benefit claim involving fibromyalgia.
  • Lawyers' Forum

    It’s universal among appellate specialists — we want as many questions as possible at oral argument. Nevertheless, many lawyers insist that nothing can really be gleaned from the argument about the likely result.
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  • Legal History

    See if you know what happened on this day in Legal History with Karen Conti.
  • Ask Snap-D

    Columnist Sandra Napoli-D’Arco, founder and president of Snap-D Marketing Inc., answers readers' questions on all legal marketing, business development, strategic planning and firm management.
    Sporting Judgment
  • Jeffrey Loria persuaded the city of Miami to use hundreds of millions in taxpayers dollars to build him a glistening new stadium, all while making little effort to put a winning team on the field. Now, he’s is in talks to sell the Marlins for more than 10 times what he paid for the franchise.  — Free read
  • Sports Marketing Playbook

    As pitchers and catchers begin reporting for spring training, fans all over the country are eagerly anticipating trips to the ballpark this summer. Or are they?
  • The Laws of Fitness

    Since I began my running days, I’ve always loved fitness trackers and wearable technology. I personally like to know my pace, distance and splits while I run. Here are some pros of working out with activity trackers:
  • Non-Billable Hours
  • While traditional retirement planning covers financial essentials — expected returns, inflation, withdrawal rates, portfolio rebalancing, tax planning — most plans won’t prepare you for the emotional challenges of post-work life. — Free read
  • Non-Billable Hours

    In Mike Mills’ “20th Century Women,” Annette Bening plays Dorothea, the 55-year-old single mother of 15-year-old Jamie, played by Lucas Jade Zumann. (Jamie’s absent father can be found in Mills’ previous movie, “Beginners,” in which a formerly closeted 75-year-old comes out as gay to his son.)
  • Opening Statement

    The Embers, Mr. Kelly’s, the London House, Toulouse and the Blue Note are just a few of the many watering holes that used to dot Rush Street and Chicago’s Loop, offering top-notch live entertainment.
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