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Illinois Law Blocks Auto Insurance Recission

The Illinois Appellate Court has held that an Illinois law blocks recission of an automobile insurance policy that has been in effect for one year or one policy term, even in cases where there were ...
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Illinois Passes Automated Speed Enforcement Law

The Illinois General Assembly has recently amended the state's Vehicle Code to permit municipalities to use automated speed enforcement systems in safety zones. The new law will be effective on ...
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Illinois Governor Signs Speed Camera Law

On Monday, February 6 th, 2012, Illinois governor Pat Quinn signed a bill into law that permits the city of Chicago to place speed cameras within one-eighth of a mile of city schools and parks. The ...
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E-Filing Systems

The Illinois Supreme Court announced the creation of a pilot e-Records program on August 3, 2011. In conjunction with the pilot program announced on August 3 rd, the Illinois Supreme Court formed an ...
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Recent case expands the Petrillo Doctrine

In 1986, the 1 st District held in Pertillo v. Syntex Laboratories, 148 Ill.App.3d 581, (Ill. 1 st Dist. 1986), that defendants may not have ex-parte communications with a plaintiff's physician. ...
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