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As many of you may already be aware (hopefully not because you have already been ticketed for violating this new statute), the Illinois Legislature passed a new law that took effect on January 1, 2010, limiting the usage of cellular phones in school and construction zones.
Recently our Law Office, located in Bloomington, Illinois, has Received a Multitude of Calls Claiming that Someone from our Office with a Very Thick Foreign Accent Calling from a Number with a (309) Area Code Represents Our Office.
“Sexting” as the act has been termed is teens sending other teens pornographic or lewd pictures of themselves to one another.
Alright, I had to blog about this one. It just didn’t sit well at all with me, mainly because it seemed like a complete overreach by governmental authorities.
As some of you may be aware, this past week, the 7th Circuit of the U.S. Appellate Court more or less declared that the Illinois Eavesdropping Law was Unconstitutional in its present form. As an Illinois Attorney, the decision came as no shock to me at all.
During oral arguments held at its March 2009 docket, the Illinois Supreme Court was asked to decide whether or not an Illinois employer, with an employee with a workers’ compensation claim, who is entitled to Temporary Total Disability (TTD) benefits pursuant to the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Act...