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Consider Using Social Media to Enhance Your Subro Investigation

ICYMI: Social Media has Revolutionized the Gathering, Sharing and Publication of Information both Newsworthy and Non-Newsworthy. The use of social media posts authored by members of the public and casual observers to describe news-as-it-happens is prominent even among traditional media

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Posted in Cyber; IoT and Technology, Legal and Evidentiary Issues

Illinois Expands Reach of Implied Warranty of Habitability to Subsequent Purchasers

In deciding an issue of first impression, an Illinois appellate court expanded in early May the application of the implied warranty of habitability. “Implied warranty of habitability” is a group of words that fails to roll smoothly off the tongue

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Posted in Construction, Contractual Issues

Recent Illinois Case Provides Insight on Avoiding Implied Co-Insured Doctrine

The Illinois supreme court case Dix Mut. Ins. Co. v. LaFramboise is often used to argue against landlord-tenant subrogation claims in Illinois. Under Dix, tenants are considered co-insureds under a landlord’s property insurance policy by virtue of making rent payments

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