Illinois Bar Journal

Articles From Pete Sherman

Herding Fees

By Pete Sherman
October
2018
LawPulse
Page 12
Signed into law in August, the Criminal and Traffic Assessment Act standardizes court fees, takes effect next July, and sunsets in 2021.

Ironing Out the E-Filing Kinks

By Pete Sherman
October
2018
LawPulse
Page 12
Technology upgrades and software modifications are paving the way for smoother e-filing in Cook County.

A Proper Assessment

By Pete Sherman
September
2018
LawPulse
Page 10
Cook County circuit court rules in favor of ISBA in lawsuit on behalf of Illinois property tax attorneys accused of acting as unlicensed real estate appraisers.

Dues Over

By Pete Sherman
August
2018
LawPulse
Page 10
The U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in Janus grew from an Illinois case that had its end in mind from the very start.

The Future of For-Profit Referral Services?

By Pete Sherman
August
2018
LawPulse
Page 10
As the ARDC releases a study on for-profit matching services, Avvo disrupts its business model.

An Irish-born Attorney and a Russian Artist

By Pete Sherman
July
2018
Column
Page 54
The story behind ISBA's 2018 Member Appreciation Month Social Media Contest winner.

A Passing of Legacies

By Pete Sherman & Rhys Saunders
July
2018
Article
Page 44
The ISBA marks the retirement of Chief Justice Charles E. Freeman and the appointment of his successor, Justice P. Scott Neville, Jr.

Illinois admits 401 new lawyers to the bar and the Young Lawyers Division tosses bean bags for charity.

By Pete Sherman
June
2018
Column
Page 46

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