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Recent Illinois Case: Bachewicz v. Holland & Knight

In this unpublished opinion, the First District affirmed the trial court’s grant of summary judgment to a law firm.

The court held that the case was time-barred despite the plaintiff’s argument that he did not know the amount of his damages until less than two years from the time he brought his claim. 120 more words

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Recent Illinois Case: Mustafa v. NSI International, Inc.

The Northern District dismissed a legal malpractice claim in which a former employee attempted to sue her employer’s attorney. The court held that the attorney owed no duty to the former employee and that the claim was time barred. 16 more words

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Reading & Thinking

The seventeenth century philosopher, John Locke wrote, “Reading furnishes the mind only with materials of knowledge; it is thinking that makes what we read ours.” 271 more words

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The 10 best airports in America

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

As the holiday season rolls around, our nation’s airports will once again kick into high gear to handle the swell of Americans jetting home to see loved ones. 381 more words

Money Matters

People get riled up

Economy is dwindling

Unemployment soaring

I’m sounding like an economist, an honest politician

Loans accumulating

Mind accelerating

I’m sounding like an economist, an honest politician… 110 more words

Recent Illinois Case: In re Estate of Zeid v. Hays and Aronberg Goldgehn Davis & Garmisa

In this unpublished opinion, the First District analyzes several malpractice claims to determine whether they were properly dismissed as time barred.

For the most part, the analysis turned on whether the various claims related back to a timely filed complaint. 51 more words

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A good holiday is one spent among people whose notions of time are vaguer than yours.

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