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And it’s another curve ball—The SMART Act brings more changes to the Medicaid eligibility rules By Constance B. Renzi Elder Law, September 2012 While the SMART Act has made many significant changes to Medicaid in Illinois, this article will focus on the changes impacting the Medicaid eligibility rules for long-term care.
Illinois Supreme Court to review the Fourth District Appellate Court’s decision in the Poindexter case By Constance B. Renzi Elder Law, December 2007 The Appellate Court of the Fourth District has recently held that the Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act of 1988 (MCCA) neither expressly, nor implicitly preempts state spousal support statutes.
Book review: Representing the Elderly Client: Law and Practice By Constance B. Renzi Elder Law, May 2002 Representing the Elderly Client: Law and Practice, written by Thomas D. Begley, Jr. and Jo-Anne Herina Jeffreys and published by Panel Publishers, will be a welcome addition to the library of the elder law attorney.
Notes from the chair By Constance B. Renzi Elder Law, June 2000 As I sit down to write these notes, I can hardly believe that it is time to pass the baton to the newly appointed chairperson of the Elder Law Section Council, Lee Beneze, vice-chairperson William Cleaver, and secretary, Naomi Schuster.
Notes from the chair By Constance B. Renzi Elder Law, May 2000 As we enter the homestretch of the ISBA year, I am reminded of the roots of the Elder Law Section--the practice of elder law.
Notes from the chair By Constance B. Renzi Elder Law, March 2000 As I write these notes, I can hardly believe that the business year is more than half over.
Notes from the chair By Constance B. Renzi Elder Law, November 1999 As of this date, the Elder Law Section Council has had two productive meetings this year.

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