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Book review Bench and Bar, April 2001 The following is a book review published in Chicago Daily Law Bulletin Thursday, January 18, 2001, page 2, column 1.
Book review: But words can never harm me—A review of Women Escaping Violence: Empowerment Through Narrative by Elaine Lawless By Sheila J. Simon Women and the Law, December 2001 A few lucky attorneys learned about interviewing in law school, and a few more learned by watching more senior attorneys on the job.
Book reviews March 2001 Although I cannot recall a single movie or television series in which an attorney was even referred to a handling antitrust matters, the subject of antitrust enforcement has come to the attention of the general public through the government's case against Microsoft.
Breaking impasses in settlement conferences: five techniques for resolution Bench and Bar, October 2001 Parties frequently reach a stalemate while relatively close to a settlement figure. Under these circumstances, where no objective basis exists for recommending a specific number, splitting the difference may overcome the deadlock
Breaking impasses in settlement conferences: five techniques for resolution. Bench and Bar, July 2001 Although my settlement conferences are always begun as a facilitative mediation, I am not reluctant to suggest a single settlement number when an impasse arises and both parties desire my input.
Breaking impasses in settlement conferences: five techniques for resolution Part I: creating a range By Hon. Morton Denlow Alternative Dispute Resolution, November 2001 Being able to break impasses between parties is often the true test of judge during settlement conferences.
Breaking impasses in settlement conferences: five techniques for resolution Part I: creating a range By Hon. Morton Denlow Bench and Bar, May 2001 Being able to break impasses between parties is often the true test of a judge during settlement conferences
Breathalyzer testing of students before school events By Thomas E. Wheeler, II & Naomi Gittins Education Law, June 2001 Can schools require students to submit to breathalyzers as a condition of attending school events?
Bridging the generation gap By Marjan Peter Staniec Elder Law, February 2001 It is the intent of the author to create greater awareness among advocates for frail and reclusive seniors of an existing program that can provide therapeutic benefits, emotionally and physically--a daycare program that bridges the generation gap by its collective program that addresses the needs of the elderly and youngsters.
Brush up your Latin—“nemo dat qui non habet” By Janice M. Powell Commercial Banking, Collections, and Bankruptcy, July 2001 The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals has just reminded practitioners that we remain a country of common law and that includes long cherished principles expressed in Latin.
Business Advice and Financial Planning Section Council minutes Business Advice and Financial Planning, June 2001 Minutes of September 16, 2000. On the motion of David Sosin and the second of Ron Nelson the minutes were unanimously approved.
“Business associates”: why you should care about HIPAA even if you are not a health plan or an insurance company By Amy Gordon & Anamaria E. Cashman Corporate Law Departments, November 2001 If you think the recent Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 regulations ("HIPAA") only apply to health care providers, health plans and insurance companies ("covered entities")--keep reading.
The Business Corporation Act’s remedy for insolvency By David P. Leibowitz Corporate Law Departments, March 2001 As the economy enters a new phase of the business cycle, Illinois lawyers will be increasingly called upon to counsel their clients in financial difficulty.
Business law practice flash point By Donna J. Cunningham International and Immigration Law, January 2001 Access restrictions: a French court has held U.S.-based Yahoo accountable for failing to block the content of its auction materials to Internet surfers located in France, and has threatened fines in excess of 100,000 francs (US$12,853) per day unless Yahoo installs a keyword-based blocking system that prevents French citizens from seeing the offending Yahoo sites.
BusinessLaw Flash Points℠ By Donna J. Cunningham Business and Securities Law, April 2001 Despite the controversy, and while we were looking the other way, President Clinton has adopted OSHA's Final Rule requiring businesses to deal with the repetitive stress and other ergonomic injuries of their workers.
BusinessLaw Flash Points℠ By Donna J. Cunningham Business and Securities Law, January 2001 In a case believed to be of first impression nationwide, a panel of the American Arbitration Association in New York has ruled in favor of franchisees who argued that the value of the exclusive territories granted by their franchise agreements was being diluted by Franchisor's competing online sales.
BusinessLaw Flash Points℠ — April By Donna Cunningham Business and Securities Law, May 2001 During their marriage, husband named his new spouse (now Petitioner) as beneficiary under his employer's life insurance policy and pension plan.
BusinessLaw Flashpoints℠ May, 2001 By Donna J. Cunningham Business and Securities Law, June 2001 Taxpayers' loan participation agreement with bank for a loan to their Sub-S Corporation was correctly treated as a guarantee, denying taxpayers the ability to write off losses of Sub-S corporation to the extent of the loan participation agreement.
California law now exempts highly paid tech professionals from OT rules By Michael Todd Scott Corporate Law Departments, January 2001 Does your company have operations in California? If so you may be interested to know that a new law in California now exempts certain highly paid computer professionals, who are paid by the hour, from California's daily overtime law.
Calling all government attorneys Elder Law, May 2001 The ISBA's Standing Committee on Government Lawyers wants to include you in its constituency. Historically, neither the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission nor the Illinois State Bar Association has maintained data with respect to those attorneys engaged in government practice.
Calling all government attorneys Civil Practice and Procedure, March 2001 The ISBA's Standing Committee on Government Lawyers wants to include you in its constituency.
Calling all government attorneys Trusts and Estates, February 2001 The ISBA's Standing Committee on Government Lawyers wants to include you in its constituency.
Calling all government attorneys Intellectual Property, February 2001 The ISBA's Standing Committee on Government Lawyers wants to include you in its constituency.
Calling all government attorneys Business Advice and Financial Planning, February 2001 The ISBA's Standing Committee on Government Lawyers wants to include you in its constituency.
Calling all government attorneys Young Lawyers Division, January 2001 The ISBA's Standing Committee on Government Lawyers wants to include you in its constituency. Historically, neither the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission nor the Illinois State Bar Association has maintained data with respect to those attorneys engaged in government practice.
Calling all government attorneys Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, January 2001 The ISBA's Standing Committee on Government Lawyers wants to include you in its constituency.
Calling all government attorneys International and Immigration Law, January 2001 The ISBA's Standing Committee on Government Lawyers wants to include you in its constituency.
Calling all government attorneys Human Rights, January 2001 The ISBA's Standing Committee on Government Lawyers wants to include you in its constituency. Historically, neither the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission nor the Illinois State Bar Association has maintained data with respect to those attorneys engaged in government practice.
Calling all government attorneys Corporate Law Departments, January 2001 The ISBA's Standing Committee on Government Lawyers wants to include you in its constituency.
Calling all government attorneys Commercial Banking, Collections, and Bankruptcy, January 2001 The ISBA's Standing Committee on Government Lawyers wants to include you in its constituency.

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