Review updates to the Illinois Trust Code one year later. Topics covered include drafting and modifying trusts to permit beneficiaries, mandatory and elective provisions on notices and accounting, merger doctrine, tools for trust modification, and litigation protection provisions. This half-day program will conclude with a Q&A panel with our esteemed faculty.
Registration includes post-event access to the online on-demand recording.
Adverse experts are typically the most dangerous witnesses and, at the same time, the most vulnerable. Most dangerous because they testify cloaked in the mantle of the “unbiased scientist”; thus their testimony – if accepted by the trier-of-fact – can determine a major issue, maybe the entire case. Yet most vulnerable because, unlike fact witnesses who must defend only their first-hand observations, expert witnesses must defend their testimony from attacks on a dozen fronts.
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This handbook is an essential guide covering civil discovery in Illinois, including the practical application of Illinois discovery rules, quasi-discovery, limitations on discovery, interrogatories, production of documents and tangible things, depositions, motions for physical and mental examinations, and remedies for noncompliance.