Articles on Concealed Carry

What may the Concealed Carry License Review Board properly consider when granting or denying a permit? By Patrick T. Driscoll, Jr. Government Lawyers, March 2017 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.
Did the Illinois concealed carry law really change anything for employers? By Mark S. Wilkinson Labor and Employment Law, March 2014 Ultimately, the courts may need to add another chapter to the concealed carry litigation saga and provide guidance about what the Firearm Concealed Carry Act did (if anything) to an employer’s ability to prohibit guns at work.
Administrative law implications of the Firearm Concealed Carry Act By Tracy Douglas Administrative Law, January 2014 This article will discuss the application process and administrative procedures outlined in the Firearm Concealed Carry Act, and note potential issues with its implementation from an administrative law perspective.
Prohibited areas and signage: The hidden issues that remain for local governments with concealed carry By Brad Stewart Local Government Law, December 2013 Local governments are highly advised to understand the nuances of restricted areas for carrying concealed weapons pursuant to the Concealed Carry Act.
The Firearm Concealed Carry Act in a nutshell By Jennifer E. Bae General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm, October 2013 On July 9, 2013 Illinois became the last state to adopt a concealed carry law that allows permitted gun owners to carry firearms in public places after they pass an application process.

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