Articles From 2018

Why I support the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment By Kelly Thames Bennett Women and the Law, May 2018 Kelly Thames Bennett writes about the history of women's rights and why she supports the Equal Rights Amendment.
Why should an attorney be involved in residential real estate transactions? By Myles Jacobs Real Estate Law, December 2018 Myles Jacobs wrote countless articles about the law, primarily in the real property field. Here is one he wrote many years ago that still rings true today.
Will Quill survive? A review of South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. By John Kaminsky State and Local Taxation, March 2018 South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. may provide SCOTUS with the vehicle in needs to change the current landscape of interstate commerce when it hears oral arguments on April 17th.
With great data comes great responsibility: The Illinois Biometric Information Privacy Act and the construction industry By Daniel S. Brennan Construction Law, May 2018 The Illinois Biometric Privacy Act addresses the privacy concerns implicated by the use of biometric data.
Women rule the legal profession in Cuba By Elizabeth Reynolds Women and the Law, December 2018 A discussion of the legal system in Cuba.
Words and phrases index of cases Insurance Law, December 2018 A list of the cases in this issue organized by subject.
Words and phrases index of cases Insurance Law, October 2018 A list of the cases in this issue organized by subject.
Words and phrases index of cases Insurance Law, July 2018 A list of the cases in this issue organized by subject.
Words and phrases index of cases Insurance Law, April 2018 A list of the cases in this issue, organized by subject.
Words and phrases index of cases Insurance Law, January 2018 A list of the cases in this issue, organized by subject.
A year as chair of the American Bar Association Judicial Division By Judge Ann Breen-Greco Women and the Law, October 2018 Judge Ann Breen-Greco reflects on the opportunities she has had to work on justice and the rule of law as her year as Judicial Division chair with the American Bar Association comes to a close.
Young lawyer buying out a law practice with a retiring senior partner and the issues related thereto By Leonard F. Amari & Trent West Young Lawyers Division, August 2018 A look at the issues any young lawyer must consider before deciding whether to buy out a retiring lawyer's firm.
Your Real Estate Law Section Council has been actively engaged By Ted N. Niemann Real Estate Law, November 2018 An update from Ted Niemann, chair of the the Real Estate Law Section Council.

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