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Court to look at timeliness in death case
SPRINGFIELD — After ruling a wrongful-death claim was too late, an appellate court’s divided opinion earlier this year ended with a prediction.
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Using crime book facts not a copyright violation
An author did not violate copyright law when he used facts from a previously published book in his own work about a triple murder, a federal appeals court held Thursday.
Two-day ticket-filing rule goes to top court
SPRINGFIELD — Illinois Supreme Court rules say police “shall” file traffic tickets in circuit court within two days after issuing them to drivers.
Wisconsin abortion law draws 7th Circuit barbs
Wisconsin Assistant Attorney General Brian P. Keenan today had barely begun his defense of a requirement that doctors who perform abortions have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital when he was interrupted.
Candidate’s challenge to elections board not doomed by service step
A statehouse hopeful who was struck from the 2014 primary ballot did not need to serve the individual members of the State Board of Elections when filing his challenge in Cook County Circuit Court.
City gun store zoning found to pass muster
Gun retailers failed to show that limiting their stores to certain locations violates the Second Amendment rights of their would-be customers, a federal judge has held.
‘You still remain a family’
One of the gifts Cook County Circuit Judge Dominique C. Ross received the day she graduated from law school in May 1993 was a letter.
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Senators reach deal to rework sentencing laws
Wisconsin legislators propose raising exoneration cap to $1M
Sioux tribe to open first marijuana resort
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There are many ways for a lawyer to land clients. But when today's client was yesterday's opponent that says something about the respect a firm has within the greater legal community.
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Plaintiff tries to tie liability to nonparty
Relying on two exceptions to the general rule that “a contract cannot bind a nonparty,” EEOC v. Waffle House, 534 U.S. 279 (2002) — and arguing for a new exception — Northbound Group Inc. tried to hold a nonparty (Norvax Inc.) liable for alleged breach of an asset purchase agreement by a Norvax subsidiary (Leadbot LLC) in a federal case governed by Illinois law.
Another look at voting rights: One person, one vote?
Among the most sacrosanct rights of U.S. citizens is the right to vote, and perhaps the best-known principle of voting rights is the expression “one person, one vote.”
What to do about digital piracy
One of my favorite classic movies of the 1940s is “Everybody Comes to Rick’s.” You may know it under its final production name — “Casablanca.”
Eighth Amendment to play major role in upcoming high court term
With the U.S. Supreme Court beginning its new term, it is time to ask what we can look forward to in the area of criminal procedure.
Law Bulletin headlines this week in history by Christine M. Pusateri
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Mr. Cub could have prevented nasty probate fight with bifurcated divorce
On Jan. 23, baseball fans mourned the loss of former Chicago Cub Ernie Banks. Banks was National League MVP twice, an 11-time All-Star and premier power hitter with more than 500 home runs to his name. Best known as Mr. Cub, Banks died at age 83.
Virtual reality device avoids on-field drills
OXFORD, Miss. — Mississippi quarterback Ryan Buchanan straps on a headset that covers his eyes, and instantly, he sees a scene that looks like a video game, all set from his perspective.
The Laws of Fitness
Northerly Island Park: a quiet path along the lake
I decided I’m running my first half marathon this year, so last weekend I headed to the new park connected to the Museum Campus and was elated to see a beautiful trail along the lake. Here’s what you can expect if you want to run the trails:
Are lawyers really all that miserable?
I recently read an opinion column in the Chicago Tribune titled, “Why Lawyers are Miserable,” written by Yale law professor and Bloomberg View columnist Stephen Carter.
Lowe, Savage court laughter as brotherly lawyers
NEW YORK — If you look for it, there’s a lot of stuff packed into “The Grinder,” a funny if — at first glance — lightweight comedy starring Rob Lowe and Fred Savage.
Three ways to get a bite to eat, have a good time
Three fun foodie things to do this weekend.
‘Tempest’ mixes stage magic into a Shakespeare classic
Spectacular! Colossal! Amazing! Not exactly terms you would expect to describe the presentation of a Shakespeare play.
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