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Do i need a lawyer?

Common sense information about if you need a lawyer or not

Recovering damages for wrongfully issued injunctions in illinois

This article address the recovery of damages for "wrongfully issued" injunctions in Illinois.

The “buyer's option” contract in illinois

This article addresses the buyer's option contract in Illinois.

Litigating the suspension of physician clinical privileges: the intersection of the illinois medical studies act and the rule of “at issue” waiver

This article address the concept of "at issue waiver" in the context of the Illinois Medical Studies Act.

Advantages of online divorce mediation

Online divorce mediation has several advantages over in-person meetings: it is much more convenient, it facilitates collaborating on documents, it can ease the intensity of emotions, and it gives couples a wider choice of mediators.

Research assistant "an historical analysis of the binding effect of class suits"

Researched law review article written by GEOFFREY C. HAZARD, JR.; JOHN L. GEDID; STEPHEN SOWLE. https://www.jstor.org/stable/3312739?seq=1

Nursing home and alf neglect and abuse: your rights (and covid19 litigation updates)

You or your loved one has been the victim of abuse or neglect in a nursing home, assisted living facility, or by an aide from a Home Health Agency, with important Covid19 updates included.

What is erisa and how does it impact my case?

Brief history of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act

Should i pursue an appeal or file a lawsuit?

After you have been denied benefits, you must first appeal before you can file a lawsuit.

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