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Prejudgment Interest - PA 102-0006 (SB72)

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Date Published

June 9, 2021


Illinois Trial Lawyers Association


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Public Act 102-0006 (SB72) is the new prejudgment interest law that becomes effective July 1, 2021. Learn all about the new law and the various details from ITLA Presidents Larry Rogers, Jr. (2020-2021) and J. Matthew Dudley (2021-2022).

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Larry R. Rogers, Jr.

Larry R. Rogers, Jr. is a trial lawyer with over 25 years of experience advocating for victims and helping people. As an... Read More

J. Matthew Dudley

A co-founder of the firm of Dudley & Lake, Mr. Dudley handles complex medical malpractice and personal injury litigation.... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Prejudgment Interest - PA 102-0006 (SB72)
Trial Kaleidoscope: Perspectives on going to trial during COVID - Materials
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