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Causes of Action: Common Considerations 2020 Edition

This go-to reference is a guide to the elements and pleading requirements of assorted Illinois causes of actions.

Each comprehensive and concise chapter of this handy resource is a no-nonsense discussion of the common elements in assorted Illinois causes of action. Topics covered in this handbook include pleadings, discovery, conversion, quo warranto, mandamus, class action, interpleader, unauthorized practice of law, injunctions, actions in accounting, federal actions in Illinois state courts, and removal and remand from federal court.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1 — Pleadings
Timothy W. Kelly, Kelly & Castagna, LLC, Bloomington

Chapter 2 — Petition To Perpetuate Testimony
Nathaniel O. Brown, Weilmuenster, Keck & Brown, P.C., Belleville

Chapter 3 — Discovery Before Suit To Identify Parties
Nathaniel O. Brown, Weilmuenster, Keck & Brown, P.C., Belleville

Chapter 4 — Adding Respondents in Discovery
Nathaniel O. Brown, Weilmuenster, Keck & Brown, P.C., Belleville

Chapter 5 — Actions in Accounting
Richard L. Whitman Sr., The Whitman Law Office, Monmouth

Chapter 6 — Conversion
S. Linn Perkins and Wesley D. Enz, Westervelt, Johnson, Nicoll & Keller, LLC, Peoria

Chapter 7 — Quo Warranto
Kimberly E. Rients Blair and Robert F. Merlo, Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP, Chicago

Chapter 8 — Mandamus
Kimberly E. Rients Blair and Robert F. Merlo, Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP, Chicago

Chapter 9 — Class Action
Alex B. Mahler and Jenna K DiJohn, Nicolaides Fink Thorpe Michaelides Sullivan LLP, Chicago

Chapter 10 — Interpleader
Alex B. Mahler and Rebecca E. Bennett, Nicolaides Fink Thorpe Michaelides Sullivan LLP, Chicago

Chapter 11 — Unauthorized Practice of Law
Douglas M. Belofsky, Law Offices of Douglas Belofsky PC, Northbrook

Chapter 12 — Federal Actions in Illinois State Courts
Mark L. Hellner, Center for Disability & Elder Law, Chicago

Chapter 13 — Removal & Remand from Federal Court
Ryan R. Bradley, Koester & Bradley, LLP, Champaign, Jeshel Forrester, Rotorua New Zealand, William R. Graham Jr., Champaign

Chapter 14 — Injunctions
Mark L. Hellner, Center for Disability & Elder Law, Chicago

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Each comprehensive and concise chapter of this handy resource is a no-nonsense discussion of the common elements in assorted Illinois causes of action. Topics covered in this handbook include pleadings, discovery, conversion, quo warranto, mandamus, class action, interpleader, unauthorized practice of law, injunctions, actions in accounting, federal actions in Illinois state courts, and removal and remand from federal court.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1 — Pleadings
Timothy W. Kelly, Kelly & Castagna, LLC, Bloomington

Chapter 2 — Petition To Perpetuate Testimony
Nathaniel O. Brown, Weilmuenster, Keck & Brown, P.C., Belleville

Chapter 3 — Discovery Before Suit To Identify Parties
Nathaniel O. Brown, Weilmuenster, Keck & Brown, P.C., Belleville

Chapter 4 — Adding Respondents in Discovery
Nathaniel O. Brown, Weilmuenster, Keck & Brown, P.C., Belleville

Chapter 5 — Actions in Accounting
Richard L. Whitman Sr., The Whitman Law Office, Monmouth

Chapter 6 — Conversion
S. Linn Perkins and Wesley D. Enz, Westervelt, Johnson, Nicoll & Keller, LLC, Peoria

Chapter 7 — Quo Warranto
Kimberly E. Rients Blair and Robert F. Merlo, Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP, Chicago

Chapter 8 — Mandamus
Kimberly E. Rients Blair and Robert F. Merlo, Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP, Chicago

Chapter 9 — Class Action
Alex B. Mahler and Jenna K DiJohn, Nicolaides Fink Thorpe Michaelides Sullivan LLP, Chicago

Chapter 10 — Interpleader
Alex B. Mahler and Rebecca E. Bennett, Nicolaides Fink Thorpe Michaelides Sullivan LLP, Chicago

Chapter 11 — Unauthorized Practice of Law
Douglas M. Belofsky, Law Offices of Douglas Belofsky PC, Northbrook

Chapter 12 — Federal Actions in Illinois State Courts
Mark L. Hellner, Center for Disability & Elder Law, Chicago

Chapter 13 — Removal & Remand from Federal Court
Ryan R. Bradley, Koester & Bradley, LLP, Champaign, Jeshel Forrester, Rotorua New Zealand, William R. Graham Jr., Champaign

Chapter 14 — Injunctions
Mark L. Hellner, Center for Disability & Elder Law, Chicago

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