Great site on Dr. Karen Huffer and LAS or Litigation Abuse Syndrome

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http://www.uglyjudge.com (ha, I wonder if there is anything left to the ARDC rule that no one can malign or impugn a judge after that one.  If a lawyer just types in this website, are they liable?  my, times are a changing.  take note, Mr. Larkin and your alleged staff of competent litigators)

and here is another story of corruption in probate in Los Angeles, Cal, this time by a police officer.  No one is immune.

http://www.uglyjudge.com/about-robert-gettinger/

I wonder why they never have any CLE (Continuing Legal Education) on either Corruption in the Courts (how many videos have I posted on that one) or on Litigation Abuse Syndrome even though just about every lawyer knows it exists and can take an intelligent, capable and extremely competent, successful client from a position of power and authority into a blithering idiot, nearly incapable of getting out of bed every day to face the…

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From GG–Jenner & Block’s Legal Reference Guide–keep it handy!

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you can find it here:

Click to access Illinois_20Civil_20Practice_20Guide_2012.pdf

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CITING ILLINOIS CASES IN ILLINOIS COURT PLEADINGS .

JURY DEMAND  PLEADINGS

A. FORM OF PLEADINGS

B. THE COMPLAINT

C. VERIFIED PLEADINGS

D. AFFIDAVIT REGARDING DAMAGES SOUGHT

E. EXHIBITS

F.  ANSWERING THE COMPLAINT

i. Time to Appear and Answer

ii.     Waiver of Service

iii.   Denials ………………………………………………………………………………………………….5

iv. Affirmative Defenses ………………………………………………………………………………5

G. REPLIES TO ANSWERS AND AFFIRMATIVE DEFENSES …………………………….6

H. COUNTERCLAIMS AND CROSS-CLAIMS …………………………………………………….6

I. REPLIES TO COUNTERCLAIMS …………………………………………………………………..7

J. THIRD PARTY COMPLAINTS ………………………………………………………………………7

K. INTERVENTION  ……………………………………………………………………………7

L. SANCTIONS FOR IMPROPER PLEADINGS OR OTHER FILINGS ………………….8

IV. MOTIONS ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………8 A. MOTION FOR SUBSTITUTION OF JUDGE ……………………………………………………8

i. As a Matter of Right ………………………………………………………………………………..8

ii. As a Matter of Cause ……………………………………………………………………………….9

B. MOTION TO CHALLENGE PERSONAL JURISDICTION ……………………………….9

C. MOTION TO CHALLENGE VENUE …………………………………………………………….10

D. MOTION TO DISMISS OR TRANSFER FOR FORUM NON CONVENIENS ………………………………………………………………………………………………11

E. MOTION FOR…

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