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Illinois Makes Significant Changes to Tax Code By Adam P. Beckerink, Laura Grace Mezher, & Colleen M. Redden State and Local Taxation, August 2021 Among the bills Governor Pritzker signed into law on June 17 was S.B. 2017, the state budge bill, which contains several provisions intended to raise revenue.
Note From the Editors By Colleen L. Sahlas, Jennifer Bunker Skerston, & Mia O. Hernan Trusts and Estates, August 2021 An introduction to the issue from the editors.
Quips, Quotes and Comebacks By Lawrence O. Taliana Senior Lawyers, January 2021 Quips, quotes, and comebacks to incorporate into your everyday life.
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Newsletter Editor Update By Judge Michael Chmiel Commercial Banking, Collections, and Bankruptcy, February 2020 A note from the editor, Judge Michael Chmiel.
Senior Lawyers Promote Mentoring By Richard Thies & Leonard F. Amari Senior Lawyers, December 2019 One way for senior lawyers to "pay it forward" is by mentoring young lawyers.
Workplace Transparency Act Including ADR Provisions to Take Effect January 1 By Kaitlin Wolff Alternative Dispute Resolution, October 2019 An update for ADR professionals on the Workplace Transparency Act and amendments to the Uniform Arbitration Act.
The destructive effects of farm subsidies on animals and the environment: Part One – Our national farm subsidy system By Yelena Klairmont Animal Law, November 2018 Farm subsidies have diverged from their original mission to assist struggling farmers during the Great Depression and have become the underlying cause of a national environmental disaster.
The destructive effects of farm subsidies on animals and the environment: Part One – Our national farm subsidy system By Yelena Klairmont Environmental Law, July 2018 Farm subsidies have diverged from their original mission to assist struggling farmers during the Great Depression and have become the underlying cause of a national environmental disaster.

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