News & Insights

February News

01 Feb Insight

Jurisdiction to Modify?

The Illinois Appellate Court held that a circuit court lacked jurisdiction to modify the terms of an earlier order awarding $500,000 in attorney's fees.
Read Full Insight
01 Feb Insight

Does an Email Satisfy the Statute of Frauds?

The Seventh Circuit holds that emails, sent by a manufacturer's employee to a supplier, referencing quantities of goods greater than those listed on the relevant purchase orders but consistent with the supplier's order acknowledgment satisfied the statute of frauds.
Read Full Insight

January News

December News

01 Dec Insight

Last Man Standing

An individual and a citizens' group (the Better Government Association) had no standing to sue "on behalf of and for the benefit of the State of Illinois" against former Governor George Ryan, his campaign organization, and present and former employees of the Secretary of State.
Read Full Insight
01 Dec Insight

Who Woulda Thunk?

Pervis Daniels, a workers' compensation petitioner, appealed what he considered to be an inadequate award. He argued for the first time in...
Read Full Insight

Pages