Publications

Law Firm Publications

Contributing knowledge and sharing expertise are important elements of leadership in the practice of law. The attorneys of Kinnally Flaherty Krentz Loran Hodge & Masur P.C. have been educating the profession for years. Some of those contributions are outlined below.
“Paul Krentz - Champion of Property Rights, the Injured and the Abused,” by Chris Bailey, Leading Lawyers Magazine (Real Estate Edition for 2017) (Click here to read)
"Removal proceedings: A right of cross-examination," by Patrick M. Kinnally, The Globe, Illinois State Bar Association, September 2016 (Click here to read)
"Message from the Chair," by Patrick M. Kinnally, The Globe, Illinois State Bar Association, September 2016 (Click here to read)
"Editor’s comments," by Lewis F. Matuszewich, The Globe, Illinois State Bar Association, September 2016 (Click here to read)
"Witnesses, statements and depositions: A few new thoughts," by Patrick M. Kinnally, Trial Briefs, Illinois State Bar Association, August 2016 (Click here to read)
"Extending a Hand," by Patrick M. Flaherty, Bar Briefs, Kane County Bar Association, July 2016 (Click here to read)
“A Red Flag: Orders of Protection and Deportability for Resident Aliens” by Patrick M. Kinnally, Bar Briefs, Kane County Bar Association, June 2016 (Click here to read)
“Child abuse: Is it a removable offense?” by Patrick M. Kinnally, ISBA Globe, April 2016 (Click here to read)
"On Their Own: How We Can Help Immigrant Children Find a Way - Special Immigrant Juveniles," by Patrick M. Kinnally, February 2016 (Click here to read)
"Lost earnings and lost earnings potential: Can a small business owner recover?" by Patrick M. Kinnally, ISBA Trial Briefs, November 2015 (Click here to read)
"Advocating for and Being with the Powerless" by Paul Dailing, Law & Lawyers, April 2014 (Click here to read)
"Once Cheated, Twice Shy: Using Prejudgment Attachment to Help Your Defrauded Client Recover", by Patrick M. Kinnally, Illinois Bar Journal, June, 2015 (Click here to read)
"Forfeiture by Wrongdoing and the Illinois Rules of Evidence," by Patrick M. Kinnally, ISBA Trial Briefs, November, 2011 (Click here to read)
"Discovery of Those Online: Using Supreme Court Rule 224 to Ascertain the Identity of Anonymous Online Posters," by Patrick M. Kinnally, ISBA Trial Briefs, December, 2011 (Click here to read)
"The Child Status Protection Act is to Protect Children," by Patrick M. Kinnally, ISBA Globe, October, 2011 (Click here to read)

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