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First district clarifies meaning of “all taxes due” under 2003 Tax Delinquency Amnesty Act
Illinois Law Update, Page 580
On August 22, 2012, the first district appellate court held that a taxpayer who filed an amended tax return was rightly assessed a double interest charge under the Unified Penalty and Interest Act ("Penalty Act") because it failed to pay its entire tax liability for the years 2000 and 2001 during the 45-day amnesty period created by the 2003 Tax Delinquency Amnesty Act ("Amnesty Act").
Happy 100th, Illinois Bar Journal
Article, Page 20
The ISBA's flagship publication debuted before World War I and continues into the digital age. Here's a look at 100 years of IBJ history.
Column, Page 590
From the archives.
The High Price of Low Funding
Article, Page 587
While courts must be frugal, the other branches have a responsibility to adequately fund our justice system, Illinois' chief justice says.
Column, Page 624
Holiday Greetings from John, Terry, Katie and Caroline Thies
The Homeownership Mortgage Loan Program
Illinois Law Update, Page 464
The Homeownership Mortgage Loan Program ("the Program"), authorized by Sections 7.19 and 7.23 of the Illinois Housing Development Act [20 ILCS 3805/7.19 and 7.23], provides for origination, making, and purchasing of residential mortgage loans to attain the general objectives of the Illinois Housing Development Act. 47 Ill. Adm. Code 300.
The Illegal Immigrant as P.I. Plaintiff: Determining Lost Wages
Article, Page 312
Is an undocumented immigrant plaintiff entitled to recover future lost wages at a U.S. rate of pay? No Illinois court of review has decided, but here’s a look at what other jurisdictions are doing and what Illinois might – and should – do.
Illinois FMLA would cover civil unions
Lawpulse, Page 234
An Illinois legislative proposal would give members of a civil union the same benefits enjoyed by married couples under the federal Family and Medical Leave Act.