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With the advance of technology comes new and interesting issues. For a while now, couples may freeze and use the male’s sperm and the female’s eggs to create pre-embryos.
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You notice a colleague is frequently absent from work or late without explanation. You observe regular case management issues, such as missed deadlines or substandard work. So what do you do?
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My 93-year-old mother does not communicate by e-mail. She doesn’t use a computer. She pays her bills by check. She doesn’t have a cellphone. However, when stores such as Target or medical providers such as Advocate Medical report a data breach, she still worries that someone may steal her identity.
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In anticipation of the 50-year-anniversary of Nostra Aetate, the 1965 declaration from Pope Paul VI dictating relations between Christians and non-Christians, two Chicago lawyers met privately with Pope Francis at the Vatican in February.
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The revestment doctrine, which allows trial courts to be revested with jurisdiction more than 30 days after issuance of a final judgment and without a timely post-judgment motion under extremely limited circumstances, continues to exist.
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Trolls are in the news. A half-page ad recently appeared in a Chicago newspaper, calling for curbs on patent abuse that do not jeopardize innovation when Congress and state governments consider legislation to address patent trolls.
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Tucked gracefully beside the bright lights and crowds of Eataly is a new shining gem, Baffo, brought to us by the B&B Hospitality Group — celebrity chefs and restaurateurs Mario Batali and Lidia and Joe Bastianich.
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The goal? More jerseys. Always more jerseys. For Adam Klein, the head of Katten Muchin Rosenman’s national sports law practice, the authentic sports jerseys that adorn his office wall are his own measure of success.
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What has remained constant in defining how to achieve success in the law? What's changed? And what do lawyers need to know going forward? Here’s another installment of Inside Out with law firm partner Christina Martini and in-house counsel David Susler. And watch them talk more about this topic with Andy Shaw of the Better Government Association in our video.
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