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Section Newsletter Articles From Hon. Laninya A. Cason

Grandparents’ visitation rights are still in limbo in Illinois By Laninya A. Cason Women and the Law, November 2007 In this ever-changing society, more and more grandparents are called upon to perform the duties and responsibilities of parents.
Grandparents’ visitation rights are still in limbo in Illinois By Hon. Laninya A. Cason Elder Law, October 2007 In this ever-changing society, more and more grandparents are called upon to perform the duties and responsibilities of parents.
Grandparents’ visitation rights are still in limbo in Illinois By Hon. Laninya A. Cason Family Law, September 2007 In this ever-changing society, more and more grandparents are called upon to perform the duties and responsibilities of parents.
Senate Bill 475—Cause for concern or self-generated crisis? By Laninya A. Cason Tort Law, July 2006 On August 25, 2005, at St. Anthony’s Hospital in Alton, Illinois, Governor Rod Blagojevich signed into law, Senate Bill 475 (SB475) which, among other things, effectively places statutory limitations (caps) on noneconomic damages (e.g., pain and suffering) for plaintiffs who file lawsuits against physicians and hospitals.
Senate Bill 475—Cause for concern or self-generated crisis? By Laninya A. Cason Women and the Law, January 2006 On August 25, 2005, at St. Anthony’s Hospital in Alton, Illinois, Governor Rod Blagojevich signed into law Senate Bill 475 which, among other things, effectively places statutory limitations (caps) on noneconomic damages (e.g. pain and suffering) for plaintiffs who file lawsuits against physicians and hospitals.
Senate Bill 475: Cause for concern or self-generated crisis? By Laninya A. Cason Health Care Law, December 2005 On August 25, 2005, at St. Anthony’s Hospital in Alton, Illinois, Governor Rod Blagojevich signed into law, Senate Bill 475 (SB 475) which, among other things, places statutory limitations or “caps” on noneconomic damages (e.g., pain and suffering) for plaintiffs who file lawsuits against physicians and hospitals.
Overview of school law: disciplinary policies and procedure By Laninya A. Cason Young Lawyers Division, June 2000 Even before Columbine, school discipline in schools has been a continuing concern among school districts around the country.

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