Articles From 2018

Editor’s Column By Samuel H. Levine Construction Law, May 2018 An introduction to the issue from Samuel Levine.
Editor’s column By Matthew A. Kirsh Family Law, February 2018 Editor Matt Kirsh points out an update to an article published last month in this newsletter.
Editor’s comments By Lewis F. Matuszewich International and Immigration Law, November 2018 An introduction to the issue by Lewis F. Matuszewich.
Editor’s comments By Lewis F. Matuszewich International and Immigration Law, October 2018 An introduction to the issue by the International and Immigration Law Section Council editor, Lewis Matuszewich.
Editor’s comments By Lewis F. Matuszewich International and Immigration Law, March 2018 An introduction to the issue from Editor Lew Matuszewich.
Editor’s comments By Lewis F. Matuszewich International and Immigration Law, January 2018 An introduction to the issue from Editor Lewis Matuszewich.
Editor’s note By Samuel H. Levine Construction Law, December 2018 An introduction to the issue by Samuel H. Levine.
Editor’s note By John L. Nisivaco Tort Law, December 2018 An introduction to the issue by John L. Nisivaco.
Editor’s note By Curt Ford Elder Law, November 2018 An introduction to the issue by the Section on Elder Law's editor, Curt Ford.
Editor’s note By John Nisivaco Tort Law, November 2018 An introduction to the issue from the Section on Tort Law's editor, John Nisivaco.
Editor’s note By John L. Nisivaco Tort Law, October 2018 An introduction to the issue by John L. Nisivaco.
Editor’s note By Samuel Levine Construction Law, October 2018 An introduction to the issue by Samuel Levine.
Editor’s note By Richard D. Hannigan Workers' Compensation Law, September 2018 An introduction to the issue from the newsletter editor, Richard D. Hannigan.
Editor’s note By Samuel H. Levine Construction Law, August 2018 An introduction to the issue by Samuel Levine.
Editor’s note By Lewis F. Matuszewich International and Immigration Law, July 2018 An introduction to the issue by the International and Immigration Law Section Council editor, Lewis Matuszewich.
Editor’s note By Hon. Edward J. Schoenbaum, (ret.) Bench and Bar, July 2018 An introduction to the issue from the editor, retired Administrative Law Judge Edward Schoenbaum.
Editor’s note By Richard D. Hannigan Workers' Compensation Law, July 2018 An introduction to the issue from Rich Hannigan.
Editor’s note By Sandra Blake Diversity Leadership Council, June 2018 A note from the editor, Sandra Blake.
Editor’s note By Thomas Cavenagh Alternative Dispute Resolution, May 2018 A note from the editor, Thomas Cavenagh.
Editor’s note By Richard D. Hannigan Workers' Compensation Law, May 2018 An introduction to the issue from Rich Hannigan.
Editor’s note By John L. Nisivaco Tort Law, March 2018 An introduction to the issue from Editor John Nisivaco.
Editor’s note By John L. Nisivaco Tort Law, February 2018 An introduction to the issue from Editor John Nisivaco.
Editor’s note By Samuel H. Levine Construction Law, February 2018 An introduction to the issue from Editor Samuel Levine.
Editor’s notes By Richard D. Hannigan Workers' Compensation Law, December 2018 An introduction to the issue from the newsletter editor, Richard D. Hannigan.
Editor’s notes By Richard D. Hannigan Workers' Compensation Law, January 2018 An introduction to the issue from Editor Rich Hannigan.
The effect of an order declaring heirship By Paul Peterson Real Estate Law, November 2018 The Cook County Recorder of Deeds indicated on November 5 that it is not going to record heirship deeds or affidavits of heirship unless they are accompanied by an order declaring heirship. This article focuses on the effects of this procedure.
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Elder law desk reference: 2018 numbers and statistics By Martin W. Siemer Elder Law, February 2018 Keep these facts and figures handy!
Electronic wills—The future is now By Patrick D. Owens Trusts and Estates, March 2018 This article explores the history of technological advances as it relates to trusts and estates, future technology, existing federal and state laws that govern the electronic execution of documents, a few cases, and the Uniform Law Commission’s (ULC) electronic wills drafting committee.
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Eleventh Circuit rejects waiver claim and allows motion to compel arbitration after nearly 10 years of litigation By John R. Schleppenbach Alternative Dispute Resolution, June 2018 The Eleventh Circuit recently rejected a waiver argument in Gutierrez v. Wells Fargo Bank, NA, even though the litigation had been pending for nearly 10 years before a formal motion to compel arbitration was made.
Email: Why can’t I keep my free account? By Carl R. Draper Employee Benefits, April 2018 We have ethical obligations now to be competent at use of technology, and free e-mail has far fewer expectations of privacy and protection from the service provider than paid subscriptions.

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