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Vol. 8 No. 1, Fall 2016; THE FATAL FIALA FLAW: Hey! Why Not Just Make Arbitration Agreements Mandatory?
This Article discusses the ability of healthcare agents to bind their principals with arbitration agreements when admitting their principals to nursing homes. A recent Illinois appellate court decision had the unfortunate ...
Vol. 1 No. 2, Spring 2010; Iraq Veterans’ War with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Claims Under a Procedural Due Process Analysis
This Comment explores the Department of Veterans Affairs and its current disability compensation and medical care systems for soldiers who have returned from the War on Terror with mental health disabilities, such as post ...
Vol. 1 No. 2, Spring 2010; Illinois Does Not Care About Caregivers as Evidenced by the Ineffective and Exclusionary Custodial Claims Statute of the Probate Act
Family members taking on the responsibility of caring for sick or disabled relatives is on the rise, and it is only trending upward in the future due to a multitude of factors. Illinois appeared to be on the edge of this ...