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Editors’ notes By Paul A. Meints & Mark E. Zumdahl Trusts and Estates, October 1999 This issue is unusual from a couple of perspectives, none of which is really obvious to the reader.
Letter from the editor Corporate Law Departments, October 1999 In this issue of The Corporate Lawyer, we have several articles that I think our readers will find interesting. First, we have an article on basics of the income tax treatment of state and federal grants by Don Johnson of the Pinkneyville firm Johnson, Seibert & Bigham.
Editor’s column By Malcolm L. Morris Business Advice and Financial Planning, September 1999 At long last, "The Counselor" arriveth. Our apologies for the delay.
Editor’s notes By Paul A. Meints & Mark E. Zumdahl Trusts and Estates, September 1999 This first issue of Volume 46 of the Trusts and Estates newsletter contains four articles.
Editor’s notes Real Estate Law, September 1999 The first article selected for this issue of Real Property is based on a very recent United States Supreme Court decision and should be of much interest to those practitioners who represent commercial mortgagors or their mortgagees, as well as those involved in mortgage foreclosures.
Inside Administrative Law, September 1999 Inside, immediately following Terry Shafer's article (which begins on this page) concerning the Commonwealth Edison property tax case, you will find a report on an unusual dispute between two federal agencies, the EEOC and the Department of Veteran Affairs.
To our readers Employee Benefits, September 1999 The theme of this issue of the Employee Benefits Newsletter addresses the topic of employee benefits litigation.
Letter from the editor By Michael Todd Scott Corporate Law Departments, August 1999 This is the first issue of the 1999-2000 fiscal year. Our goal this year is to once again increase the number of issues of The Corporate Lawyer we bring you. 
Newsletter editors’ corner By John T. Phipps General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm, August 1999 This issue of the General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Section newsletter contains three articles relating to representing clients with licensing problems
Editor’s note Labor and Employment Law, July 1999 This issue contains an interesting article pointing out distinctions between substantive law and remedies under the Illinois Human Rights Act in comparison to federal law.
Editor’s notes By Gary R. Gehlbach Real Estate Law, June 1999 This issue contains five excellent articles. The first, by Ed Jarot, is an important note on pending Illinois legislation regarding land trusts and of particular interest to attorneys who wish to return to using Illinois land trusts for family gifting purposes, especially to reduce potential taxable estates through annual exclusion gifting.
From the editor By Robert C. Knuepfer, Jr. Business and Securities Law, June 1999 Our fourth issue of the newsletter was developed by council member, John Doyle, and includes our regular columns and some interesting new ones
A message from your editors By Alan J. Toback & Karen P. O’Neill Family Law, June 1999 In this issue you will notice that some of our usual columns are missing.
Editor’s column By Malcolm L. Morris Business Advice and Financial Planning, April 1999 This edition comes a little later than usual, but we think you will agree the wait was worthwhile.
From the editor By Robert C. Knuepfer, Jr. Business and Securities Law, March 1999 Our second issue of the newsletter was developed by council member, Donna Cunningham, and includes our regular columns and some interesting new ones
Editor’s note Trusts and Estates, February 1999 Editor's note: This newsletter issue contains a compendium of recent Illinois estate and probate decisions prepared by Donald L. Metzger of Edwardsville, Illinois.
Editor’s notes Real Estate Law, February 1999 Both articles selected for this issue of Real Property are based on very recent Illinois appellate court decisions, both come out of the First District and, of particular interest to the real estate practitioner, both are Illinois cases of first impression.
Editors’ notes State and Local Taxation, February 1999 Recently, the mayor of the city of Chicago, Richard M. Daley, and the Cook County assessor, James Houlihan, sponsored a program to provide homeowners, who are on low-income budgets, assistance in financing the payment of their real estate taxes.
Letter from the editor By Michael Todd Scott Corporate Law Departments, February 1999 This is the third edition of The Corporate Lawyer for the 1998-1999 year and we are still on track to meet our goal of five newsletters this year.
Co-editor’s note Tort Law, January 1999 The first article, by section council member Charles Winkler, Winkler and Gorey, Ltd., discusses the new amended CTA notice requirement.
Contributions Welcome Elder Law, January 1999 The Elder Law Newsletter serves as the communications vehicle for and between members of the Elder Law Section, other practitioners and the legal profession at large.
Editor’s column By Malcolm L. Morris Business Advice and Financial Planning, January 1999 This is a special edition of our newsletter devoted to the section's upcoming collegium.
Editor’s notes By Nancy Hyzer Real Estate Law, January 1999 This issue is mainly devoted to a case law update. The case law contributors are members of the Winnebago County Bar Association who concentrate their practices in real estate law.
From the editor By Ellen Pauling Child Law, January 1999 The Many Faces of Lawyering for Children" CLE held on December 12, 1998, was outstanding.

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