• As cameras are cleared for use in more county courthouses across the state, Cook County’s top judge has given the Illinois Supreme Court more details on his plan to allow video coverage in criminal cases. — Today's free read
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  • Trial Notebook

    The Illinois Attorney Registration & Disciplinary Commission reportedly downloaded 1,000 pages from Joanne M. Denison’s blog on alleged corruption in the Cook County Circuit Court Probate Division. Then the ARDC — accusing Denison of making false statements about judges and other lawyers — included 15 paragraphs from the blog in a disciplinary complaint against Denison that was posted on the commission’s website.
  • Privacy, Technology and Law

    Earlier this month, Apple unveiled Apple Watch, perhaps the most hotly anticipated product debut in the burgeoning market for wearable technology.
  • Paradigm Shift

    Life lessons can come in interesting packages. Last month, DLA Piper hosted its third Global Women’s Leadership Summit in Chicago.
  • Global IP

    Pre-Internet, the distribution of embarrassing photos, crude comments and even criminal records resided largely in the realm of bathroom walls and handbills. Bathroom walls could be washed, files lost, and photos destroyed.
  • This Day In Legal History

    See if you know what happened on This Day in Legal History with Karen Conti.
  • Lawyers' Forum

    On the night of July 24, before a crowd of 300 at New Landmark Missionary Baptist Church on the West Side, Chief Cook County Circuit Judge Timothy C. Evans announced that he would release a plan to reform bond court and the pretrial services department by the end of October.
  • Hollywood Law

    For better or worse, family law stands at the intersection of law and psychology, particularly when children are involved.
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  • Agent of Change

    Dear NCAA, How are you, my old friend? Judging by all of the lawsuits and negative stories I come across on a seemingly weekly basis, I’d say you’re not doing so hot.
  • MIAMI — Among the standouts at Games 1 and 2 (and Games 3 to 5) of the World Series was a Miami Marlins fan in the front row behind home plate.
  • Beyond the Playing Field

    In September, the Boston City Council approved a groundbreaking, and potentially controversial, ordinance directly aimed at student-athlete welfare in NCAA athletics.
  • Non-Billable Hours
  • Amicus Scriptor

    Delay. Delay. Delay. Some say it’s the essence of dramatic writing.
  • If you think of Tyler Florence as the cook next door, the guy you can count on for classics like burgers and onion rings, you may be surprised by his latest effort, “Tyler Florence: Inside the Test Kitchen.”
  • That’s the number of days a New Jersey community college professor was suspended after posting an online photo of his daughter containing a quote from “Game of Thrones.” The photo by Francis Schmidt, who teaches art and animation, showed his 7-year-old daughter wearing a T-shirt with a quote from the graphic HBO show: “I will take what is mine with fire and blood.” The organization who provided Schmidt with an attorney posted a letter online from the school Thursday saying the punishment had been rescinded and it admitted “may have lacked basis to sanction you.” From The Associated Press.
  • The Final Draught

    You may not be familiar with the term “culinary brewing,” but if you’re a craft beer consumer, you’re feeling its influence. The idea is a simple one: Bring a chef’s mindset to brewing. In practice, this usually means using unique ingredients or working with flavor combinations that aren’t traditionally found in beer.
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