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Election law passes test for fairness
A law requiring party-slated candidates for the Illinois General Assembly to gather voter signatures before they may be placed on the ballot passes muster under the First Amendment, a federal appeals court ruled today.
Steptoe & Johnson expands IP practice
Three litigators said they seized a chance to bolster their intellectual property practices by joining Steptoe & Johnson LLP in the past five weeks.
Corboy & Demetrio lawyer to lead WBAI
When Michelle M. Kohut takes the reins of the state's largest women's bar group next month, she will face what many of its members also confront — balancing motherhood with the demands of a legal career.
Illinois Senate OKs medical marijuana bill
SPRINGFIELD — Gov. Patrick J. Quinn must decide if he will sign a measure allowing the use of marijuana for medical purposes after the state Senate approved legislation today.
Should underage drinkers get locked up for probation violation?
SPRINGFIELD — The state's high court is set to decide whether a minor should be incarcerated for violating probation after getting caught drinking alcohol.
Family ties add zest to governor's race
Second federal court nixes Obama NLRB recess pick
Dying man's eye blinks result in murder verdict
Delaware's court secrecy law argued in 3rd Circuit
Mental illness manual draws plenty of critics
Holder, GOP chair trade barbs over DOJ e-mails
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Judge yanks indictment, gives lecture
Moving to dismiss an indictment that charged him with using excessive force and attempting to conceal the incidents, Stephen Linder, a deputy marshal, argued that the federal government violated his constitutional rights when a special investigator threatened witnesses with prosecution after they gave answers he didn't like.
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Sex offender registry - unfit defendant
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Judge: Smell of marijuana doesn't justify warrantless home entry
Protecting retirement plan fiduciaries
Federal court amends local patent rules for electronically stored information
Ivy League joins digital trend
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Painkillers at play in lawsuit aimed at NHL
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Mom and dad were right
Reviews: 'Gatsby' a fun modern take on literary classic
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