The newsletter of the ISBA’s Standing Committee on Government Lawyers
June 2014, vol. 15, no. 4
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In This Issue…
- But, we were on a break…
There are only a few cases from Seventh Circuit courts examining the issue of whether an attorney may speak to a deponent during a break in a deposition. The courts appear split on this issue.
- Appellate court raises its eyebrow at Chicago’s ordinance enforcement machine
A discussion of the recent case of Stone Street Partners, LLC v. The City of Chicago Department of Administrative Hearings.
- A brief review of the “Notifications to the Department of State Police” section of the Illinois Firearms Owners Identification Card Act: which government employees must notify the Illinois State Police and when must they notify them
A summary of who must notify the indicated agencies and when an individual must be reported.
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