• A man who was convicted of murder and sentenced to life before a corrupt judge did not provide enough evidence to prove his constitutional rights were violated, a state appeals panel held Friday. — Free read
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    The Illinois Snow and Ice Removal Act provides immunity for negligent shoveling and de-icing that causes an accident by creating an unnatural accumulation. But on the related question of whether this immunity extends to design defects that cause unnatural accumulations, the score is 3-1 in the tally of opinions from the Illinois Appellate Court.
  • Cotter’s Corner

    In my recent Cotter’s Corner column about Merrick B. Garland, nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court, I mentioned that Garland clerked for Judge Henry J. Friendly, who sat on the U.S. 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals. Friendly was a well-respected jurist whose opinions, especially in the area of securities law, continue to be cited. This column discusses Friendly and his career and legacy.
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    See if you know what happened on this day in Legal History with Karen Conti.
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    One of the great scourges for retail companies in the digital age has been the ever-present threat of massive data breaches by hackers attempting to steal millions of consumers’ debit and credit card information.
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  • The U.S. Soccer Federation has sought to clarify some of the claims made in a federal wage discrimination complaint filed by members of the World Cup-winning U.S. women’s national team.
  • Sports Torts

    In February 2011, two-time Super Bowl champion, four-time Pro Bowler and NFL Man of the Year recipient Dave Duerson died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest.
  • Juris Endurance

    Spring is here and racing season is around the corner. It is time to set those goals and develop a training program to reach them. Remember to start out slow in order to prevent injury.
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  • Balancing Life and the Law

    Our family was fortunate enough to travel to Hawaii for spring break last month. As the locals would say, we were able to “island hop” while there, and we climbed Diamond Head — a volcano on the island of Oahu. It was not my idea.
  • Ernest Hemingway left Cuba shortly after Fidel Castro’s revolution, as relations with the United States began to fall into a deep freeze. Over five decades later, the author of “The Old Man and the Sea” returns to the island thanks to the magic of the silver screen.
  • MIAMI — Cuba has loosened a policy banning Cuban-born people from arriving by sea, allowing Carnival Corp. to go forward with the first U.S. cruise to the island in a half-century, the Cuban government and the Miami-based cruise line announced today.
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