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Phillips set to take top ITLA post
As the next president of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, Stephen D. Phillips plans to do more than lobby in Springfield for the rights of injured people — he also wants to change public perception about personal-injury lawsuits and the attorneys who file them.
Before 2014 race, unfinished business
SPRINGFIELD — State Sen. Kirk W. Dillard could be the GOP nominee for governor in 2014, but the veteran lawyer-lawmaker is focused on the the legislative branch for now.
Attorneys, bar group oppose CPS closures
More than 100 lawyers signed a letter urging Chicago Public Schools to halt the proposed closings of 54 schools.
Appeals court revives asylum application for Moldovan man
Immigration judges set the bar too high when considering a claim that a Moldovan man was persecuted in his homeland, a federal appeals court has held.
Recovery efforts continue after tornado in Oklahoma
MOORE, Okla. — Emergency crews searched the broken remnants of an Oklahoma City suburb today for survivors of a massive tornado that flattened homes and demolished an elementary school. At least 24 people were killed, including at least nine children. Those numbers were expected to climb.
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Court adopts standard for legal kinship
For more than 60 years, Donald M. DeHart reportedly held James Thomas DeHart out to the world as his son — including providing James with a 1944 birth certificate that listed Donald as James' father.
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