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Chicago Police and Fire Pension Trustees Seek to Intercept Funds

For years, local governments in Illinois have had trouble balancing their budgets. Several struggling local governments have either failed to make public pension fund contributions, or paid far less than what they owe. The shortfall creates financial problems for the police and firefighter pension funds, and may threaten the livelihoods of retirees. Until recently, police Read More

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When Should I Use an Out-of-Jurisdiction Lawyer?

Federalism presents numerous positive aspects. But if you’re an attorney who must reach across state lines to resolve a case, our federal system does not exactly roll out the welcome mat. If you’re not licensed to practice law in another state, you can seek temporary admission, i.e. pro hac vice, but the requirements are often Read More

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FAQs About Civil Trials

As civil litigators, much of our practice involves trials.  This blog answers some FAQs. Q.        What is a “trial”? The term “trial” refers to the phase in a lawsuit when each party presents evidence to prove its case, and to disprove the opponent’s case. Q.        What are the “Rules of Evidence”? Both Illinois and Federal Read More

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