Editor’s commentsBy Lewis F. MatuszewichInternational and Immigration Law, May 2004Are you looking for a source of potential business referrals? Investigate the Illinois State Bar Association's list serve.
Editor’s commentsBy Lewis F. MatuszewichInternational and Immigration Law, April 2004This is the fifth issue of The Globe this year. Mark Wojcik and students at The John Marshall Law School deserve extra recognition for their many contributions to the publication throughout the year.
Editor’s commentsBy Lewis F. MatuszewichInternational and Immigration Law, March 2004With each issue of The Globe, we demonstrate anew the wide range of interest among our contributors and the members of the International & Immigration Law Section.
Editor’s commentsBy Lewis F. MatuszewichInternational and Immigration Law, January 2004This is our third issue of The Globe this year. We start the issue with the "Chair's Column" by Jessica DePinto, Chair of the International & Immigration Law Section Council.
Editors’ noteCorporate Law Departments, December 2004In an effort to provide timely updates to our Section Council members, we have reprinted hereafter two articles dealing with pension and deferred benefit planning following the American Jobs Creation Act signed into law October 22, 2004
Editor’s noteBy Gary R. GehlbachReal Estate Law, December 2004A frequent occurrence for real estate practitioners is that a survey is produced for a transaction, typically, for me at least, a farm transaction, and the fence lines are at odds with the boundaries determined by the surveyor.
Editor’s noteBy Thomas D. CavenaghAlternative Dispute Resolution, December 2004We welcome and are grateful for contributions to this newsletter from members of the section. In The Alternative serves as the communication vehicle for and between members of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Section, other practitioners and the legal profession at large.
Editor’s noteBy Gary R. GehlbachReal Estate Law, November 2004Your client, a local contractor, calls with an urgent problem. His subcontractor, a local excavator, just poured the basement for a new residence that your client is building.
Editor’s noteBy John L. NisivacoTort Law, November 2004The first article in this edition is written by Marty Dolan and Myco Dang of Dolan & Shannon. The article discusses the proper procedure for naming respondents in discovery pursuant to Section 2-402 of the Illinois Code of Civil Procedure.
Editor’s noteBy Phil MilskEducation Law, October 2004(Notice to librarians: The following issues were published in Volume 48 of this newsletter during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2004: July, No. 1; December, No. 2; April, No. 3; June, No. 4).
Editor’s noteBy Michelle A. VescogniCriminal Justice, October 2004(Notice to librarians: The following issues were published in Volume 47 of this newsletter during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2004: September, No. 1; December, No. 2; April, No. 3; June, No. 4).
Editor’s noteBy Gary R. GehlbachReal Estate Law, September 2004This issue contains some helpful reminders for real estate practitioners.
Editor’s noteBy Margaret M. BensonEmployee Benefits, September 2004Although Labor Day is not yet upon us as we go to press, several employee benefits attorneys have written articles that allow us to meet the deadlines for a September issue.
Editor’s noteBy John L. NisivacoTort Law, June 2004The first article, written by James P. Ginzkey of Hayes, Hammer, Miles, Cox & Ginzkey, discusses the First District Appellate Court's original opinion in Ozik v. Gramins, as well as the subsequent withdrawal of that opinion and the issuance of another opinion.
Editor’s noteBy Phil MilskEducation Law, June 2004This issue of our newsletter consists of the third and final part of our State legislative summary for 2003.
Editor’s noteBy John L. NisivacoTort Law, May 2004The first article in this edition is written by Michael W. Clancy of Clancy Law Offices. Mr. Clancy provides some helpful tips for an attorney when evaluating whether or not to pursue a medical malpractice suit.
Editor’s noteBy Richard W. KuhnReal Estate Law, May 2004Real estate attorneys and title companies often talk about "dedicated" roads. But just what is a dedicated right-of-way?
Editor’s noteBy John L. NisivacoTort Law, April 2004The first article is written by John Stalmack of Bollinger Rubery & Garvey.
Editor’s noteBy Gary R. GehlbachReal Estate Law, March 2004After a lengthy hiatus for which we apologize, the Real Property newsletter is back. We do need articles, however, as they are still the lifeblood of this publication.
Editor’s noteBy John L. NisivacoTort Law, March 2004The first article in this edition is written by Christopher Norem of Parente & Norem. Mr. Norem explores Voykin v. Estate of DeBoer and its effect on the admissibility of evidence of prior injuries regarding the "same part of the body" rule.
Editor’s noteBy Jeffrey A. MolletAgricultural Law, February 2004This newsletter contains a proposed Mission Statement for our Section. As you will see therein, your Section Council is recommending that the newsletter be published six times per year.
Editor’s note and commentsBy Gary R. GehlbachReal Estate Law, June 2004With the frenetic pace of most of our lives, roughly balancing families, friends, civic and other commitments with law practices that seem to become more "virtual" every day, the notion of professionalism is often a distant concept.
Editor’s notesNovember 2004This issue leads off with an analysis of the long-awaited joint FTC and DOJ report examining competition in the health care sector.
Editor’s notesBy Richard D. HanniganWorkers' Compensation Law, September 2004A message from Editor Rich Hannigan.
Editor’s notesBy Jason DubnerJune 2004Our final issue of the 2003-2004 term begins with two pieces that focus on the interplay between antitrust and intellectual property law.
Editor’s notesMarch 2004This issue kicks off with a reprint of a fascinating address by R. Hewitt Pate, Assistant Attorney General, Antitrust Division, U.S. Department of Justice, explaining how a common law approach to antitrust law in the U.S. has allowed courts and enforcers to incorporate sophisticated techniques into their analysis, as such concepts become available. Mr. Pate shows how the European Union is beginning to employ the same incremental approach to competition law.
Editor’s notesBusiness Advice and Financial Planning, February 2004In our last newsletter, the Editor’s column spoke about the possibility of a “guest column” or “guest editorial” for insertion in the upcoming newsletter editions.
Editor’s notesLabor and Employment Law, February 2004The next two issues will be long ones. Bill Borah and I recently spoke at an IICLE program.
Editor’s notesJanuary 2004Filled with practical advice and timely commentary, the December issue of the Antitrust & Unfair Competition Law newsletter is bound to make the perfect gift for that hard-to-shop-for antitrust lawyer on your holiday gift list!
Edward Don Co. v. Industrial CommissionBy Deborah A. BenzingWorkers' Compensation Law, March 2004In the recent decision of Edward Don Company v. The Industrial Commission, 344 Ill. App.3d 643, 801 N.E.2d 18 (2003), the appellate court held that the petitioner's overtime earnings were properly excluded from the average weekly wage calculation.