LexisNexis Practice Guide: New Appleman Illinois Insurance Law


By Carrie E. Cope

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An Illinois-specific publication, LexisNexis® Practice Guide: New Appleman Illinois Insurance Law provides exhaustive and reliable practical guidance designed to help Illinois practitioners master a variety of insurance issues. This convenient, single-volume edition provides detailed practical guidance, practice tips, forms and robust analysis and discussion on dozens of topics, including lines of coverage, underwriting, coverage decisions and insurance litigation. Written by Carrie E. Cope, Esq., president of Cope Ehlers, P.C., and David Grassmick, Esq., partner at Cope Ehlers, P.C.; and joined by Alfred C. Tartaglia, Esq., experienced civil litigator and author; and brought to you by LexisNexis® Matthew Bender®—worldwide leader in primary and secondary legal publications—this is an indispensable resource for Illinois insurance practitioners and professionals.

This year's edition includes a greatly expanded discussion in Chapter 14 of the practitioner's present and future perspectives on new remote electronic technology, including: (1) rules governing the use of remote proceedings and court resources of the Supreme Court of Illinois; (2) a new section on overcoming hurdles in non-verbal communication to use remote technology effectively; (3) expanded discussion of considerations for the use of electronic tools in depositions; and (4) a new section on ethical considerations with respect to the use of remote electronic communication technology.

LexisNexis Practice Guide: New Appleman Illinois Insurance Law