Browse articles by year: 2016 (129)
Drug-Aided Crimes (``Date Rape” Drugs) — PA 90-735
Illinois Law Update, Page 130
Sponsored by Senator Kirk W. Dillard, Public Act 90-735 makes it a battery to administer a controlled substance to a person without his or her consent, or by threat or deception, for non-medical purposes.
Dual Eligibles, Medicare, and Medicaid
Column, Page 434
You may have clients -- elderly or otherwise -- who are eligible to have Medicaid pay a portion of their Medicare costs but aren't taking advantage of the program.
Dynasty Trusts and the Rule Against Perpetuities
Article, Page 134
Dynasty trusts can be just the estate planning device your client needs, but take care not to run afoul of rule against perpetuities and the Internal Revenue Code.
Dynasty trusts, employee-discharge pointers, and more
Column, Page 123
For you estate planners, we offer an article by Messrs. Margolin and Weinstein on the interplay between dynasty trusts and that law-student's nightmare, the rule against perpetuities.
The E-mail FAQ
Column, Page 333
Can you catch a virus from an e-mail message? What's a listserver? Read on and find out.
Column, Page 627
Managed-care reform statute takes effect on 1/1/00.
Column, Page 567
Employment law in the spotlight
Doyle v Holy Cross Hospital, one of the most important employment-law cases this year, is the centerpiece of this month's Journal. Two sets of authors consider the case and its implications from different perspectives and offer pointers to help you serve your employer-clients.
Column, Page 511
Lincoln Award Contest; the Journal is the Winner
Column, Page 450
Grandparents have rights, too.
Enforcement of Child Support
Illinois Law Update, Page 190
On January 22, 1999, the Illinois Department of Public Aid adopted amendments to section 160. 89 Ill Adm Code 160.
Environmental Remediation and Tax Credit
Illinois Law Update, Page 13
On October 26, 1998 the Pollution Control Board adopted amendments to section 740 of its administrative rules. 35 Ill Adm Code 740.
Column, Page 54
You don't need to write "persuasively''; simply explain and the persuasion will take care of itself.
Extension of child care assistance
Illinois Law Update, Page 575
On August 20, 1999, the Illinois Department of Human Services adopted emergency amendments to section 50.230 of the Illinois Administrative Code. 89 Ill Adm Code 50.230.
The Federal and Illinois Y2K Acts
Column, Page 549
Whether Jan. 1, 2000, is apocalyptic or just another bump in the road, practitioners need to familiarize themselves with these two acts.