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From the co-editor By Robert C. Knuepfer, Jr. Business and Securities Law, October 2000 This edition of the newsletter has several interesting articles, with a focus on the internet, including a look at the new Anti-cybersquatting Consumer Protection Act, and a thoughtful analysis of doing an IPO "road show" over the Internet.
Letter from the editor Corporate Law Departments, October 2000   Welcome to the fourth edition of the Corporate Lawyer for the 2000-2001 bar year. I wanted to take a moment to remind you that it is still not too late to sign up for the Corporate Law Department's January CLE program "Corporate Compliance/Voluntary Disclosure."
Letter from the editor Corporate Law Departments, August 2000 Welcome to the second newsletter for the 2000­2001 year. In this issue of the newsletter we have two articles from two of our section council members.
Editor’s column Business Advice and Financial Planning, June 2000 We close out this year's cycle of newsletters with a focus on estate planning and tax matters.
Editor’s note By Cecilia Hynes Griffin Family Law, June 2000 As editor of the Family Law Section Newsletter, I receive copies of the newsletters issued by all of the section councils.
Editor’s notes Real Estate Law, June 2000 Can the creditors of a debtor spouse attack a conveyance into a tenancy by the entirety?
Editor’s notes By Christopher L. Weber Mineral Law, June 2000 On behalf of the members of the Mineral Law Section Council, I would like to thank Peter A. Morse, Sr. for his commitment in serving as the editor of the Mineral Law newsletter from 1997­2000.
From the editor By Donna J. Cunningham Business and Securities Law, June 2000 This edition of the newsletter has several interesting articles, including a discussion of arbitration issues in the securities industry, and an informative analysis of "angel" funding for start-up companies.
Editor’s column General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm, May 2000 We attended the ABA Editor's Conference in connection with the ABA Tech Show in Chicago, Illinois on March 30 and April 1.
Editor’s note By W. Eugene Basanta Health Care Law, May 2000 One of the most discussed current issues in health care involves so-called "medical error."
Editor’s note Real Estate Law, May 2000 The first article chosen for this newsletter is an interesting analysis of a seller's liability under Illinois law for failure to disclose matters of public record.
Editor’s note By Cecilia Hynes Griffin Family Law, May 2000 Thanks to those authors who contributed to this edition of the newsletter. If you would like to submit an article, please contact me at 312/782-4244 or chglaw@syn.net.
Letter from the editor Corporate Law Departments, May 2000 Have you ever wanted to be a published writer? If so, The Corporate Lawyer has the perfect opportunity for you.
Editor’s note By John L. Conlon Administrative Law, April 2000 In the last newsletter I noted the apparent demise of antitrust considerations in mega-mergers with the green light given to the Exxon-Mobil merger.
Editor’s note Workers' Compensation Law, April 2000 You don't have to be a member of the section council to submit articles for the newsletter.
From the editor By Robert C. Knuepfer, Jr. Business and Securities Law, April 2000 This is the first regular newsletter for 2000.
Co-editor’s note By John L. Nisivaco Tort Law, March 2000 Our first article is written by Scott D. Lane and Joseph M. Dooley from Lane & Lane in Chicago.
Editor’s corner By Edna Turkington-Viktora General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm, March 2000 In response to the American Judicature Society's call for state participation, Honorable Charles Freeman, then Chief Justice of the Illinois Supreme Court, designated a team of four judges to represent Illinois in a national conference on pro se litigants held recently in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Editor’s notes State and Local Taxation, March 2000 The City of Chicago administrative hearing process is commenced by issuing a ticket.
Editor’s column By Malcolm L. Morris Business Advice and Financial Planning, February 2000 This edition of "The Counselor" is devoted to the upcoming collegium
Editor’s note By Michael L. English Federal Taxation, February 2000 At the December 9, 1999 meeting of the Federal Taxation Section Council, it was announced that one of the members of the section council, Professor Karen V. Kole had accepted the position of Director of the Federal Tax Clinic of the Center for Law and Human Services (CLHS).
Letter from the editor Corporate Law Departments, February 2000 Have you ever wanted to be a published writer? If so, The Corporate Lawyer has the perfect opportunity for you. We are looking for people interested in writing articles for future issues of The Corporate Lawyer.
Chairman’s column By Michael S. Cohen Family Law, January 2000 I would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a happy and healthy New Year.
Editor’s note By Cecilia Hynes Griffin Family Law, January 2000 Thanks for the many responses I received from readers of the newsletter regarding topics of interest.
Co-editor’s note By John L. Nisivaco Tort Law, December 1999 Our first article is written by Cook County Circuit Court Associate Judges Daniel T. Gillespie and Mary K. Rochford.
Editor’s note By John L. Conlon Administrative Law, December 1999 This edition of the newsletter has articles on important topics for antitrust practitioners.
Letter from the editor By Michael Todd Scott Corporate Law Departments, December 1999 This is the third edition of The Corporate Lawyer for the 1999-2000 year, and we are on track of meeting our goal of bringing you six editions this year.
Editor’s column By Malcolm L. Morris Business Advice and Financial Planning, November 1999 As the calendar year draws to its end, the section council is busy laying plans for next year's activities as explained in our chair's column.
Editor’s corner By John T. Phipps General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm, November 1999 ISBA President Cheryl I. Niro has proclaimed the theme of her bar year as the "Lawyer as Healer."
Editor’s note By Michael L. English Federal Taxation, November 1999 At the September 24, 1999, meeting of the Federal Taxation Section Council, the members of the council heard a guest presentation by Edith Siler, Senior Attorney with the Office of IRS District Counsel, in Chicago.

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