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11th Circuit holds that plaintiffs do not get choice of new trial when punitive damages are reduced under BMW v. Gore By Michael Todd Scott Corporate Law Departments, October 1999 In Johansen v. Combustion Engineering, Inc., 170 F.3d 1320 (11th Cir. 1999), plaintiffs sued the owner of a former mining site alleging that acidic water escaped from the site, damaging streams that ran through their properties.
1998 Illinois case law update: How to keep your powder dry By Donald L. Metzger Trusts and Estates, February 1999 Dawn Calhoun, a minor, received a personal injury settlement in excess of $2.5 million.
1998 Index Insurance Law, June 1999 This 1998 Index of The Policy is A SUPPLMENT to the previously published Twelve-Year Index.
The 1999 Collegium By James M. Lestikow Business Advice and Financial Planning, April 1999 As is always the case, this year's collegium was a team effort.
1999 collegium fact pattern Business Advice and Financial Planning, January 1999 Pinkly Ford, Inc., an Illinois "S" corporation transacting business as an automobile dealership in Bullpit, Illinois, just west of Springfield, Illinois, is owned by three individuals.
1999 Key municipal legislation By Roger Huebner Local Government Law, September 1999 SB1032 - TAX INCREMENT FINANCING REFORM
2000 Federal Census will include inquiries on grandparental caregivers By Lee Beneze Elder Law, November 1999 Few people stop to think that one measure of the importance of a social, economic or demographic trend is when questions related to it are included in the federal decentennial census.
401(k) plans in mergers and acquisitions By Michael J. Pavlicek Employee Benefits, May 1999 The continuing stream of business mergers and acquisitions along with the popularity of Internal Revenue Code ("code") section 401(k) plans have resulted in many employers seeking advice regarding their own 401(k) plans or those of an acquired company in the context of a business acquisition or disposition.
An Act in Relation to the Certification of Mediators Alternative Dispute Resolution, April 1999 Section 1: Short title. This Act may be cited as the Mediator Certification Act.
The “active” ALJ By Ann Breen-Greco Administrative Law, August 1999 Allen Schoenberger, Professor of Law, Loyola University Chicago, addressed the March 23, 1999, meeting of the Chicago Bar Association's Administrative Law Judges Committee.
Adequate disclosure on gift tax return to gain section 6501 statute of limitations protection By David R. Reid Federal Taxation, June 1999 For all gifts or nongifts (completed transfers of property) made after August 5, 1997, it is important that the gift tax return adequately discloses the gift in order for the taxpayer to be afforded section 6501 statute of limitation protection.
Admissibility of evidence of preexisting injury: The battle continues after Brown v. Baker By Stephen C. Buser Civil Practice and Procedure, May 1999 A controversy continues to exist among several panels of the appellate court in Illinois regarding the admissibility of evidence of preexisting injuries in personal injury litigation.
ADR and the unauthorized practice of law By Rick Guzman Alternative Dispute Resolution, June 1999 The unauthorized practice of law can result from a variety of different practices and can manifest itself in a several different forms.
ADR happenings Alternative Dispute Resolution, November 1999 The Dispute Resolution Center at North Central College and the Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce have announced a unique member mediation program.
Advantages of an Office of Administrative Hearings By Edward J. Schoenbaum Administrative Law, March 1999 The ISBA Administrative Law Section Council has prepared legislation that would establish an Office of Administrative Hearings for Illinois.
Advertising injury liability insurance Insurance Law, December 1999 MITA Enterprises filed a suit charging two of its former sales representatives with taking copies of customer lists and using them to solicit business for Wisconsin Wholesale Tire.
Advocacy alert update International and Immigration Law, September 1999 In January 1999, the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights expressed its concern about the arrest and detention of Kim Sen and Meas Minear from the Cambodian League for the Promotion and Defense of Human Rights (LICADHO), who were jailed by Cambodian authorities in what appeared to be an attempt to punish the two men and LICADHO for their legitimate human rights monitoring activities (see Advocacy Alert, January 1999).
Agenda item II—minutes Business Advice and Financial Planning, November 1999 I. Attendance. Attending the meeting of the Business Advice and Financial Planning Section Council at the Grand Geneva Resort & Spa in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin on Friday, June 25, 1999
Agent/broker: fiduciary duty Insurance Law, March 1999 Insured's failure to read and understand terms of policy is not an absolute bar to insured's right to recover against broker for breach of fiduciary duty.
Aggressive criminal antitrust investigations: government electronic monitoring By Steven M. Kowal December 1999 Criminal enforcement by the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice has increased dramatically.
The agriculture provisions of the 1999 Omnibus Appropriations Bill By Karen R. Krub Agricultural Law, June 1999 On October 19, 1998, Congress passed H.R. 4328, "Making Omnibus Consolidated and Emergency Supplemental Appropriations for Fiscal Year 1999."
The agriculture provisions of the 1999 Omnibus Appropriations Bill By Karen R. Krub Agricultural Law, March 1999 On October 19, 1998, Congress passed H.R. 4328, "Making Omnibus Consolidated and Emergency Supplemental Appropriations for Fiscal Year 1999."
All the latest developments in health care law By W. Eugene Basanta & Matthew R. Booker Health Care Law, December 1999 On September 28, 1999 the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to review the decision of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Herdrich v. Pegram, 154 F.3rd 362 (7th Cir. 1998).
All the latest developments in health care law By W. Eugene Basanta & Matthew R. Booker Health Care Law, June 1999 In a decision handed down on May 24, the United States Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has the authority to regulate not-for-profit organizations providing substantial economic benefits to their for-profit members.
All the latest developments in health care law By W. Eugene Basanta Health Care Law, May 1999 The United States Supreme Court has agreed to review the Seventh Circuit's decision in Illinois Council on Long Term Care, Inc. v. Shalala, 143 F.3d 1072 (7th Cir. 1998)
All the latest developments in health care law By W. Eugene Basanta & Matthew R. Booker Health Care Law, March 1999 The United States Supreme Court has ruled that patients can bring suit against their health insurers under a federal racketeering law.
Alphabetical listing of cases Insurance Law, October 1999 In Re Liquidation of InterAmerican Insurance Company of Illinois
Alphabetical listing of cases Insurance Law, June 1999 Allstate Insurance Company v. Mathis, 302 Ill.App.3d 1027, 706 N.E.2d 893, 236 Ill. Dec. 19 (3rd dist. 1999) EXCLUSIONS: BUSINESS ACTIVITIES (1124)
Alphabetical listing of cases Insurance Law, March 1999 Adco Oil Company; The Home Insurance Company of Illinois v. American Alliance Insurance Company v. IARW Insurance Company, Ltd., ___ F.3d ___ (7th Cir. 1999) FIRE INSURANCE: TIME LIMITATION (1099)
Alphabetical listing of cases Insurance Law, January 1999 Allstate Insurance Company; Hines v.Allstate Insurance Company; John Deere Insurance Company v.

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