The Illinois Rules of Evidence: A Color-Coded Guide

TDR partner Gino L. DiVito has prepared a color-coded guide that compares the Illinois Rules of Evidence with the Federal Rules of Evidence and provides relevant commentary on both sets of rules. DiVito served on the Special Supreme Court Committee on Illinois Evidence that drafted the Illinois rules, which were approved by the Illinois Supreme Court effective January 1, 2011. He periodically updates the guide to reflect changes in the Illinois and Federal evidence rules and developments in evidence law.

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Courts Continue to Apply Landmark Illinois Supreme Court Case

Nearly twenty years ago, TDR partner Daniel L. Stanner won an appeal to the Illinois Supreme Court in Beretta v. City of Chicago. The City alleged that national distributors flooded the surrounding states with firearms knowing they would make their way into Illinois...

Chambers USA Recognizes TDR Partner Brad Lyerla

Tabet DiVito & Rothstein partner Bradford P. Lyerla has once again been named a Band One Intellectual Property litigator by Chambers USA in 2022. He is included in a small and select group of lawyers who Chambers has chosen for this designation in Illinois based...

Fitzgerald Quoted in Law360 Article About Judicial Elections

TDR partner John M. Fitzgerald was quoted in the Law360 article, “Open Ill. High Court Race Attracts Some Atypical Candidates,” published on June 23. The article discusses Illinois Supreme Court candidates in recently redrawn judicial districts. Law360 quoted...

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