Rules Governing the Legal Profession and Judiciary in Illinois is now published by the ISBA! Keep up-to-date on all of the recent rule changes with this handy reference book that conveniently brings together all of the rules governing the legal profession and judiciary in Illinois.
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Save the Dates: Ethics Extravaganza 2017 will be held in Chicago on May 11-- stay tuned for details. Also, Professional Responsibility and Ethics - Spring 2017 will take place in Chicago or online on March 29th-- join us as our ethics experts provide a clear and comprehensive overview of the Illinois Rules of Professional Conduct and address current developments/updates in the law of ethics.
In This Issue…
- Demystifying “unduly burdensome” under FOIA
The Freedom of Information Act provides that every person is entitled to complete information about Illinois governmental agencies. However, the Act includes various types of exclusions including approximately 70 enumerated exemptions, an unknown number of exemptions under the umbrella of 5 ILCS 140/7(1)(a), and the “unduly burdensome” exemption.
- In-sites: Deposition tips
A look at some great articles and blogs on taking depositions and preparing witnesses for depositions.
- What may the Concealed Carry License Review Board properly consider when granting or denying a permit?
The ruling in Perez v. The Illinois Concealed Carry Licensing Review Bd. provides direction as to what information may be considered when approving or denying a conceal carry permit application.
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