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In This Issue…
- From the Chair
A message from Committee Chair Marylou Lowder Kent.
- Smoke N Stuff v. City of Chicago: Does the One-Act, One-Crime Rule Apply to Proceedings at Municipal Administrative Hearings?
Smoke N Stuff v. City of Chicago serves as a reminder that license revocation is a possible sanction even when someone’s business is at stake.
- Apps for lawyers
A look at some apps for your device that may help in your practice.
- Local governmental lobbying
If as a government lawyer you are advising public officials on the restrictions placed on lobbyist activities, please review any other local government limitations placed upon this profession.
- Legislative summary of the 99th General Assembly
The following is a summary of Public Acts 99-101 through 99-200, which may be of interest to the government bar.
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