89% of Ex-Employees Have Rogue Access to Corporate Logins

BlogBusiness Law   |   September 19, 2014

Every month, hundreds of thousands of Americans leave their jobs. And they’re bringing their IT access with them—from passwords to the corporate Twitter account to confidential files stored in personal Dropbox accounts. The 2014 Intermedia SMB Rogue Access Study quantifies … Continue reading

Widow Files Lawsuit in Death of Off-Duty Chicago Officer Killed in Police Chase

Auto AccidentsBlogWrongful death   |   September 18, 2014

The wife of Chicago Police Officer David Harris, 42, who was killed by a van that was being chased by Calumet Park Police, has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the village. Harris, a 10-year veteran of the CPD, was … Continue reading

Holding Professional Sports Responsible for Wrongful Death

BlogPersonal Injury   |   September 17, 2014

Twenty-eight-year-old Derek Boogaard of the New York Rangers passed away following a series of injuries and addiction in 2011. Boogaard’s family alleges that coaches and team doctors insisted he play after repeated concussions. Unknown to Boogaard and his family, the … Continue reading

The Advantage (in Life and Litigation) of Asking Yourself Great Questions

BlogTrial Practice   |   September 16, 2014

The quality of one’s life is determined by the quality of the questions one asks oneself every day, and the realization that this truth applies equally to lawyering. Our theory, borne of experience, is that a lawyer conditioned to ask … Continue reading