Published Date:October 14, 2013
In a new study, University of Illinois law professor Jay P. Kesan (right) and Timothy A. Slating, a regulatory associate with the Energy Biosciences Institute, say that the Renewable Fuel Standard should be slightly modified, not repealed.
October 14, 2013
Published Date:September 16, 2013
An empirical study of employee benefits litigation from 2006 to 2010 reveals that cases involving long-term disability claims accounted for over 60 percent of all federal cases, according to research from Sean M. Anderson, a University of Illinois expert in employee benefit plan policy and regulation.
September 16, 2013
Published Date:August 21, 2013
A disagreement among state courts on drunk-driving homicide cases can be resolved by requiring the prosecution to prove that the driver's intoxication contributed to the causal mechanism behind the accident, says a forthcoming paper from Eric A. Johnson, a professor of law at Illinois.
August 21, 2013
Published Date:August 12, 2013
Scant attention has been paid to the tax consequences of retirement income, says University of Illinois law professor Richard L. Kaplan.
August 12, 2013
Published Date:July 23, 2013
As firms grapple with the significant cost increases associated with the Affordable Care Act, the possibility emerges that employers would harass or retaliate against employees in order to avoid the law's financial penalties, according to law professors Peter Molk and Suja A. Thomas.
July 23, 2013