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2001 DUI Penalty Guide By Chris E. Freese Traffic Laws and Courts, January 2001 This is a Class A Misdemeanor. The penalty imposed by the Court may be any of the following:
711 means more than just a quick cup of coffee By Sheila J. Simon Government Lawyers, March 2001 What government lawyer doesn't need a little extra help now and then?
7th Circuit affirms Carmack judgment against railroad By William D. Brejcha Energy, Utilities, Telecommunications, and Transportation, August 2001 The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit affirmed a Carmack Amendment judgment in Allied Tube & Conduit Corp. v. Southern Pacific Transp. Co., 2000 Fed. Car. Cas. ¶84,142 (4/28/00).
ABA Commission on Women honors Laurel G. Bellows By Celia G. Gamrath Women and the Law, October 2001 The ABA Commission on Women in the Profession presented one of its most prestigious honors--the Margaret Brent Award--to Chicago lawyer Laurel G. Bellows last month.
Aba tech show highlights By Paul Bernstein Law Office Management and Economics, Standing Committee on, August 2001 The ABA Tech Show in Chicago in March, 2001, for me, confirmed existing trends in law office automation and technology and provided visions of the near-future.
Active bills—92nd General Assembly—2001 By Steve Baker Criminal Justice, July 2001 HB 10 Summary: IVC one-ear headset use authorized.
The ADA and state employees By Mary Lee Leahy Human Rights, May 2001 On February 21, 2001, the United States Supreme Court dealt state employees another blow.
Administrative Law Section Council chairs, 1971-2000 Administrative Law, October 2001 1971--Paul Freehling 1972--Paul J. Knapp 1973--Joel W. Townsend 1974--Joseph Minsky
Administrative Law section newsletter celebrates its 30th birthday: the first year By Paul E. Freehling Administrative Law, October 2001 The first issue of the ISBA Administrative Law Section Newsletter was published in November 1971, 30 years ago.
Administrative review law and necessary parties: who must be named By J.A. Sebastian Administrative Law, August 2001 After the state denied Darryl Veazey benefits under the Illinois Unemployment Insurance Act, the Cook County circuit court denied administrative review of the state agency's decision because the complaint failed to name the agency's Board of Review.
Adoption by one spouse can be in the best interest of the child By Andrea M. Schleifer Family Law, February 2001 Until 1998, someone who was married could only adopt a child if his spouse participated.
Adoption in Illinois by only one spouse: is it in the best interest of the child? By Marta C. Bukata Family Law, February 2001 The uncontroverted ultimate purpose of the Adoption Act is to facilitate a legal action that is in the best interests of the child.
ADR happenings Alternative Dispute Resolution, February 2001 The United States District Court of the Northern District of Illinois recently created a new local rule governing the confidentiality of alternative dispute resolution proceedings
The aftermath of September 11th: recognizing women’s rights as an international issue By Amanda DeVincentis Women and the Law, December 2001 What role shall we play in the aftermath of the September 11 terrorist attack? How do we struggle to not only find meaning after those events, but also work for the advancement of women's rights and an awareness of the plight of women internationally?
Agricultural Law Section Council meeting revised minutes Agricultural Law, May 2001 Paul Meints called the meeting to order at 6:15 p.m.
Agriculture education in Illinois— a call to action for members By Michael Massie Agricultural Law, May 2001 Illinois has more than 75,000 farms, covering 28.1 million acres of land, and is the number one production state in the nation in soybeans, producing 400 million bushels... enough to fill 113,700 railroad box cars, forming a train that would stretch from Peoria to Boston.
AIDA attempts to show HBO who’s “boss” By Gabriella Moretti Human Rights, June 2001 AIDA (American Italian Defense Association) isn't singing the praises of the critically acclaimed HBO mob drama The Sopranos, which has become a pop-culture phenomenon.
All the latest developments in health care law By W. Eugene Basanta & Jonathan Oliver Health Care Law, December 2001 A recent decision from the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals considers whether a "silent" or "nondirected PPO" violated §43 of the Lanham Act, 15 U.S.C. §1125(a) as a "false or misleading description of fact" appearing "in commercial advertising or promotion."
All the latest developments in health care law By W. Eugene Basanta Health Care Law, June 2001 An ongoing question in health care law involves the status of nurses with respect to union organization under the National Labors Relation Act. 29 U.S.C
All the latest developments in health care law By W. Eugene Basanta & Jonathan Oliver Health Care Law, April 2001 In an opinion authored by Justice Stevens, the United States Supreme Court has ruled that a drug testing protocol followed by a state hospital constituted an unreasonable search in violation of the Fourth Amendment.
Alphabetical listing of cases Insurance Law, June 2001 Alliance Syndicate, Inc. v. Parsec, Inc., 318 Ill.App.3d 590, 714 N.E.2d 1039, ___ Ill. Dec. ___ (1st dist. 2nd div. 2000) ASSISTANCE AND COOPERATION (1244)
Alphabetical listing of cases Insurance Law, June 2001 American Family Mutual Insurance Company v. Savickas, 193 Ill.2d 378, 739 N.E.2d 445, 250 Ill. Dec. 682 (2000) Collateral estoppel (1273)
Alternative dispute resolution in bankruptcy By Erwin I. Katz Commercial Banking, Collections, and Bankruptcy, July 2001 The use of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), once unknown in the bankruptcy context, has increased exponentially over the past 10 years.
Alternative dispute resolution in bankruptcy By Erwin I. Katz Alternative Dispute Resolution, February 2001 The use of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), once unknown in the bankruptcy context, has increased exponentially over the past ten years.
Alternative dispute resolution in Illinois Agriculture By Alicia Hill Ruiz Alternative Dispute Resolution, April 2001 Illinois farmers can be counted among those choosing mediation when it is offered as an alternative method of resolving disputes
Amended Illinois Supreme Court Rules expand the protection of individual rights By Mark E. Wojcik Human Rights, June 2001 Lawyers and judges in Illinois may no longer discriminate on the basis of "disability," "age," "sexual orientation," or "socioeconomic status," pursuant to new Illinois Supreme Court rules announced earlier this year.
Amendments to federal rules of civil procedure By Dawn R. Hallsten General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm, February 2001 This update on the amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure is for general practitioners who do not deal extensively with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure but do want to be informed about the amendments.
Amendments to the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act By Rebecca A.D. Nelson July 2001 On February 1 of this year, the U.S. premerger reporting process was substantially revised, as amendments to the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976 ("HSR Act") took effect.
And the money keeps rolling out in fraud directions By Timothy P. Atchison Real Estate Law, June 2001 Incidents of fraud, forgery and identity theft continue to plague the real estate industry and, if anything, are increasing.
An annual survey of administrative law 2000 By William A. Price & Kelley Beehner Administrative Law, January 2001 "Administrative law" concerns the policy making, ratemaking, decision making, rulemaking, licensing and other requirements and procedures of administrative bodies.

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