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Newsletter articles from 2004

Report on the ABA Annual Meeting By Hon. Edward J. Schoenbaum October 2004 The 126th Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association was held August 5 - 10, 2004, at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia.
A review of recent cases that address the relationship between ALJs and agencies By Rebecca R. Pallmeyer February 2004 Thanks so much for inviting me to be your breakfast speaker this morning. I haven't been a breakfast speaker very often-in fact, I must tell you I haven't been an after-dinner speaker very often! That may be because, unfortunately for my audience (and that includes all of you), I am not terribly funny.
Service by certified mail: Who has the burden of proof when the respondent claims he was never notified of the administrative proceeding (or what do you do when the Green card doesn’t come back)? By Andrew Creighton June 2004 Many statutes governing administrative proceedings permit personal jurisdiction on the respondent by certified or registered mail service of process.
Speech to the Illinois Association of Administrative Law Judges and the CBA Administrative Law Judges Committee, Thursday, June 24, 2004 By Patricia Mell September 2004 A couple months ago, I had the pleasure to become acquainted with Ann Breen-Greco while attending a meeting of the National Council of Negro women.
Summary of recent decisions December 2004 These summaries were prepared by Adrienne W. Albrecht for the ISBA Illinois E-Mail Case Digests, which are free e-mail digests of Illinois Supreme and Appellate Court cases available to members soon after the cases appear on the Internet, with a link to the full text of the slip opinion on the Illinois Reporter of Decision's Web site.
Summary of recent decisions November 2004 These summaries were prepared by Adrienne W. Albrecht for the ISBA Illinois E-Mail Case Digests, which are free e-mail digests of Illinois Supreme and Appellate Court cases available to members soon after the cases appear on the Internet, with a link to the full text of the slip opinion on the Illinois Reporter of Decision's Web site.
Summary of recent decisions October 2004 These summaries were prepared by Adrienne W. Albrecht for the ISBA Illinois E-Mail Case Digests, which are free e-mail digests of Illinois Supreme and Appellate Court cases available to members soon after the cases appear on the Internet, with a link to the full text of the slip opinion on the Illinois Reporter of Decision's Web site.
Summary of recent decisions By Edward J. Schoenbaum September 2004 These summaries were prepared by Adrienne W. Albrecht for the ISBA Illinois E-Mail Case Digests, which are free e-mail digests of Illinois Supreme and Appellate Court cases available to members soon after the cases appear on the Internet, with a link to the full text of the slip opinion on the Illinois Reporter of Decision's Web site.
Summary of recent decisions June 2004 These summaries were prepared by Adrienne W. Albrecht for the ISBA Illinois E-mail Case Digests, which are free e-mail digests of Illinois Supreme and Appellate Court cases available to members soon after the cases appear on the Internet, with a link to the full text of the slip opinion on the Illinois Reporters of Decision’s Web sites.
Summary of recent decisions May 2004 These summaries were prepared by Adrienne W. Albrecht for the ISBA Illinois E-mail Case Digests, which are free e-mail digests of Illinois Supreme and Appellate Court cases available to members soon after the cases appear on the Internet, with a link to the full text of the slip opinion on the Illinois Reporters of Decision's Web sites.
Summary of recent decisions February 2004 These summaries were prepared by Adrienne W. Albrecht for the ISBA Illinois E-Mail Case Digests, which are free e-mail digests of Illinois Supreme and Appellate Court cases available to members soon after the cases appear on the Internet, with a link to the full text of the slip opinion on the Illinois Reporter of Decision's Web site.
The top 10 causes of action in Illinois securities litigation: What a non-securities lawyer needs to know about securities law By Alon Stein, Leslie A. Blau, and Daniel J. Harty April 2004 A 62-year-old widow tells her broker that she is interested in investing the $250,000 that she obtained from her husband's life insurance policy.
Trends that will affect your practice By John T. Phipps September 2004 General Practice Section Council member Matt Maloney raised some interesting issues at the last Section Council meeting about the trend that smaller counties are losing lawyers and the average age of the lawyers is rising because of the lack of young lawyers going to the smaller counties to practice.
Twenty questions about Public Act 93-0523: Recording closed session meetings By Stewart H. Diamond and Keri-Lyn J. Krafthefer April 2004 Public Act 93-0523, effective January 1, 2004, requires all Illinois units of local government, including fire protection districts and school districts, to audio or video record their closed sessions.
Upcoming electronic resources seminar By Helen Gunnarsson September 2004 As this edition of the Administrative Law Section newsletter goes to press, we are putting together a CLE program that promises to be informative, helpful, and even fun.
Victims’ Economic Security and Safety Act (“VESSA”), and jurisdiction by the Illinois Department of Labor By Diane E. Elliott May 2004 VESSA was signed into Illinois law on August 25, 2003 and became effective on the date of signing.
When does Section 3-103(2) of the Administrative Review Law create a right to amend a complaint for administrative review: Smida provides the three conditions By J.A. Sebastian October 2004 The Second District Appellate Court recently considered when a party should be allowed leave to amend a complaint for administrative review if a plaintiff fails, initially, to comply with section 3-107(a) of the Administrative Review Law by not naming a party of record.