The newsletter of the ISBA’s Standing Committee on Government Lawyers
June 2013, vol. 14, no. 4
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In This Issue…
- Comments from the Chair
A message from out-going Committee Chair Sharon Eiseman.
- Does the Savings Statute save the day?
In situations where the Illinois Savings Statute allows a plaintiff one year to re-file a cause of action, this time limit may not be tolled by a pending appeal.
- Volunteer opportunities at the City of Chicago Law Department draw a highly experienced labor and employment lawyer
Learn more about Dick Schnadig, who works as a volunteer attorney in the Labor Division of Chicago's Law Department.
- Becoming more aware: A few tips on keeping you and your family safe
The author shares some of the tips she learned after her office recently participated in a safety training class.
- ISBA presents cable programs on affordable housing and tenants’ rights
Learn more about the two important cable programs the ISBA recently presented.
- How county boards of review can assist the Illinois Property Tax Appeal Board
Some practical guidance for county Boards of Review, and the attorneys who represent them, in addressing current assessment complaints and future appeals.
- Five quick questions with Jason R. Boltz, General Counsel of the Illinois Department of Public Health
These questions and answers provide insight into the Illinois Department of Public Health.
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