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Newsletter articles from 2009

Summary of recent decisions By Edward J. Schoenbaum April 2009 Recent cases of interest to administrative law practitioners.
Summary of recent decisions By Edward J. Schoenbaum March 2009 Recent decisions of interest to administrative law practitioners.
Summary of recent decisions By Edward J. Schoenbaum January 2009 Recent decisions of interest to administrative law practitioners.
Thoughts about future CLE programs—your ideas are important September 2009 On May 15th, 2009, the ISBA Administrative Law Section Council presented a CLE program entitled State and Municipal Administrative Hearings and Appeals in Springfield.
Two recent Seventh Circuit decisions discuss the adequacy of evidence regarding receipt of notice in administrative proceedings By Andrew Creighton December 2009 Laouini v. CLM Freight Lines, Inc. and Dakaj v. Holder
Watch for upcoming CLE By Hon. Edward J. Schoenbaum October 2009 We are scheduling a CLE program on Administrative Law in Illinois and will include Municipal Adjudications.
Web Committee By Patti Gregory-Chang October 2009 Our Web committee has been working to update our ISBA Administrative Law Web page. We want this to be an essential tool for practitioners. Toward that end we hope to add links to useful Web pages and forms. We are soliciting members’ assistance.
When is 35 days not 35 days under the Administrative Review Law? By J.A. Sebastian September 2009 Section 3-103 of the Illinois Administrative Review Law (735 ILCS 5/3-101 through 113) provides that “[e]very action to review a final administrative decision shall be commenced by the filing of a complaint and the issuance of summons within 35 days from the date that a copy of the decision sought to be reviewed was served upon the party affected by the decision.”
You’ve got to play to win: Employers and the H-1B visa lottery By Sonya Som March 2009 Due to the statutory limits placed on issuance of new H-1B visas each fiscal year, businesses that want to take advantage of this option must be prepared to enter the annual H-1B visa lottery.