Feeling The Regulatory Burden: How To Take The Confusion Out Of ComplianceManta CEO John Swancinger recommends how to keep up in the rapidly evolving landscape of small business regulations.
Opinion: The Drivers I've Angered While Riding My Bike On Chicago's StreetsWhen I find myself getting angry at other people while biking, driving or walking, I tell myself to chill out. Maybe you should do the same?
State Supreme, Appellate Court Justices To Lecture Law Students On Civility In Courtrooms Starting Wednesday, justices of both the State Supreme and Appellate Courts will begin visiting law school orientations throughout the area to stress the need for professionalism and civility in the courtroom, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
Obamacare Key Dates In 2014Implementation of the health reform law continues through 2014 with these key dates.
Some Schools Breaking Medical Law Protecting Young DiabeticsThree years ago, the Illinois General Assembly passed legislation requiring schools to always have someone in the buildings trained to care for a child with diabetes. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
Law Prevents Employers From Getting Social Media Passwords Illinois employers will no longer be able to ask for employee or job candidates’ social network account information in order to gain access to their account or profile.
Why Divorce Lawyers See A Surge In Business In MarchIf February is the month for love, March is the month for divorce.
Motorcycles, Bicycles Can Run Red Lights Under New LawIllinois motorcycles and bicycles will be allowed to run red lights starting in 2012, but only in certain instances.
City Ban On Synthetic Pot Starts Wednesday, Statewide Ban Starts Jan. 1Starting Wednesday, it will be illegal to sell synthetic marijuana in Chicago. A statewide ban takes effect on Jan. 1, 2012.
Adoptees Get Greater Access To Birth Parent InformationFor adults who were adopted as children, Illinois provides a new avenue to obtain information about birth parents. CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
Victim's Mother Campaigns For Murder Registry LawSome convicted murderers in Illinois could have to register like sex offenders, if a state proposal becomes law.
Excessive Speeding Could Land You In Jail In 2011If you have a lead foot, you’ll want to ease up on the pedal in 2011. In just a few days, a new Illinois law will crack down on aggressive drivers.