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  • Trial Notebook

    Invoking one of the willful-and-wanton exceptions to the immunities provided by the Illinois Local Governmental and Governmental Employees Tort Immunity Act, Mack Industries sued the village of Dolton’s manager, Bert Herzog, for allegedly engineering a campaign of municipal retaliation after Mack hired lawyers to turn up the heat on a long-simmering dispute about water bills for single-family homes Mack owned and leased out in the village.
  • Kramer’s Corner

    During the past year, a split between the U.S. District Courts of the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals regarding whether it is a violation of the Federal Debt Collection Practices Act to file time-barred proofs of claim in bankruptcy proceedings has finally percolated to the surface with at least three cases on appeal.
  • Lawyers' Forum

    In February 1999, a labor dispute between the Venetian Casino Resort and two labor unions reached a boiling point. The Nevada Department of Transportation issued the unions a permit to hold a demonstration against the Venetian on a temporary walkway and on one lane of the Strip.
  • E-Discovery and Technology

    Under Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 16 and 26 and Illinois Supreme Court Rule 218(a)(10), litigants and courts are required to address discovery early in a case, including issues relating to electronic discovery and electronically stored information.
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  • KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach expects the vote to determine which city will host the 2022 Winter Olympics will come down to the quality of sports facilities for athletes and which bid is perceived as the most sustainable.
  • The Power of Lifting

    Don’t let the summer months detract you from a lifting program. A lull for even a month will result in losing gains you spend months accomplishing.
  • SOUTH BEND, Ind. — For many years, the conventional wisdom goes, anyone who has filed through the turnstiles of a professional baseball stadium and sat down to take in a game on a warm summer night has also risked being hit by a foul ball or the airborne splinters of a broken bat.
  • Non-Billable Hours
  • Opening Statement

    Rivers belong where they can ramble,/ Eagles belong where they can fly,/ I’ve got to be where the eagles run free,/ Gotta find my corner of the sky
  • NEW YORK — After more than 16 years and nearly 2,600 telecasts, Jon Stewart can feel proud of his scads of Emmys and his pair of Peabody Awards, his cultural gravitas (he hung with the Prez, both on and off the air!), even his reprobate status at Fox News.
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    A recipe for a cool summer treat.
  • Non-billable Hours

    This month, I flew to Washington, D.C., rented a car and found myself out in the extremely beautiful and very rural area of Virginia where the Castleton Music Festival is located. I was there to attend the world premiere of the one-act comic opera “Scalia/Ginsburg.”
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