Articles From Maxine Weiss Kunz

New law intends to create transparency for women consumers By Maxine Weiss Kunz Women and the Law, January 2018 As of January 1, 2018, the Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act has been amended again, this time with the intent to protect women from being charged more for certain services than men.
Interviewing tips, take 1 By Maxine Weiss Kunz Young Lawyers Division, August 2015 Some suggestions for 'wowing' in your next interview.
Just be normal By Maxine Weiss Kunz Young Lawyers Division, June 2012 Lawyers have a certain language which benefits our trade and can alienate others. But once outside of your professional life, the author advises you should make an effort to to step out of your lawyer shoes and converse like a “normal person” in your day-to-day interactions.
ARDC hearing board recommends overturning disciplinary action charged against family law attorney By Maxine Weiss Kunz Family Law, January 2012 The Review Board ultimately recommended that the Hearing Board’s findings of misconduct against Rantis be reversed and that the charges against him be dismissed in their entirety.
Changes to Illinois Supreme Court Rule 216 By Maxine Weiss Kunz Young Lawyers Division, April 2011 An explanation of the recent changes, which took effect on January 1, 2011.
All rules are made to be broken By Maxine Weiss Kunz Young Lawyers Division, August 2009 A fictional scenario illustrating that when you find yourself between a rock and a hard place, perhaps it is time for the exception to become the rule.
Collaborative law—A brief overview By Maxine Weiss Kunz Young Lawyers Division, February 2008 This article is intended to provide readers with a brief overview of collaborative divorce law, what it is and what it is not.

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