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  • Trial Notebook

    A hail storm damaged the cladding on the south and west sides of buildings in a Naperville townhouse community, and the condominium association — contending the original aluminum siding is no longer available — demanded that its insurer pay for new, matching replacements on all four sides of the partially damaged structures.
  • Workplace Issues

    A recent federal court ruling from Washington state was harshly critical of a disability insurer’s treatment of a benefit claimant suffering from multiple sclerosis.
  • Mediation Circus

    I accept that Taylor Swift and I are never, ever getting back together. I accept that I will never dunk a basketball, use Snapchat or get my wife Holly anywhere on time. You can spit into the wind. You could pull on Superman’s cape. But here are some true “nevers.”
  • Origination Station

    Back in early 2016, I published an article titled “Cross-marketing Your Legal Practice” to explain the importance of cross-marketing legal services as a value-add for your existing clients.
  • Lawyers' Forum

    Recent studies have confirmed that the overwhelming stress that is commonplace in our legal profession disproportionately results in attorneys suffering levels of depression, anxiety, addiction and other serious issues at rates much higher than those seen in the general population.
  • Insurance Matters

    The 5th District Appellate Court recently held that an insurer breached its duty to defend despite the fact that it paid more than $1 million in defense costs under a reservation.
    Sporting Judgment

  • Weeks ahead of the World Cup, FIFA is investigating Russia over monkey chants aimed at French players during a friendly in March. — Free read
  • Sports Marketing Playbook

    A decision in favor of legalization would be a seismic event in an industry that supported the original gambling ban but has seen a variety of key figures expressing a change of heart in recent years.

  • Don’t bother reading too deeply into the report of the latest NCAA commission on the mess that is big time college basketball. — Free read
  • Non-Billable Hours
  • Movie Review

    The documentary “RBG,” by filmmakers Julie Cohen and Betsy West, is a cinematic coming-out party for the Brooklyn-born, bantamweight Supreme Court justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg — known by masses of adoring millennials as the Notorious R.B.G. The nickname is a play on the nom de rap of the corpulent “gangster” rapper, the late Notorious B.I.G., who was revered for the speed and ferocity of his rhymes; and is the title of a 2015 blog-inspired book about Ginsburg’s life.

  • Companies large and small are updating their privacy policies and service terms to comply with upcoming European Union rules governing data and privacy. Only EU users are technically covered by the rules, formally known as the General Data Protection Regulation. — Free read
  • Opening Statement

    It seems that everywhere we look these days we see signs that something is not right with the world.
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