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How to represent an apartment buyer
Lawpulse, Page 170
Contributors to an ISBA e-mail discussion group create a primer that describes what any attorney should insist upon when representing the buyer of an apartment building.
Illinois Agencies on the Web
Column, Page 493
More and more information is available on state agency Web sites, much of it useful to lawyers and – best of all – free.
Illinois Military Family Relief Fund Act Implemented
Illinois Law Update, Page 16
The Illinois Department of Military Affairs, pursuant to its authority under the Illinois Military Code, has adopted new regulations to provide monetary grants to families of Illinois National Guard members and Illinois residents serving in the Reserve components after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.
Illinois’ new WARN law
Lawpulse, Page 562
There's already a federal law requiring employers to notify workers about layoffs and closing; effective January 1, there'll be a state law to go with it.
Illinois pension recipients win at high court
Lawpulse, Page 390
The U.S. Supreme Court upholds ERISA's "anti-cutback" provision, ruling that pension plans can't retroactively limit the kinds of jobs workers can take after they retire.
Increasing Your Civility Quotient
Column, Page 103
Civility isn't just a nice thing; it is a hallmark of professionalism and a key component of malpractice prevention.