Articles From 2020

Case Summaries Insurance Law, December 2020 Summaries of the cases in this issue.
Case Summaries By Joseph Fortunato Real Estate Law, September 2020 Summaries of two recent appellate cases of interest to real estate practitioners, Norman vs. U.S. Bank, NA and Burgoyne, LLC vs. Chicago Terminal Railroad Company, et al.
Case Summaries By Hon. Edward Schoenbaum Administrative Law, July 2020 Summaries of recent cases of interest.
Case Summaries Insurance Law, April 2020 Summaries of the cases in this issue.
Case Summary: In re H.P., 2019 IL App (5th) 150302 (Opinion Filed July 1, 2019) By Barbara Goeben Mental Health Law, February 2020 A summary of In re H.P., in which the court reversed an involuntary medication order.
Case Summary: In re L.K., 2019 IL App (1st) 163156 (Opinion Filed November 27, 2019) By Ann Krasuski Mental Health Law, February 2020 A summary of In re L.K., in which the state failed to bring evidence of the sole allegation in its petition.
Case Summary: Roman Catholic Diocese v. Cuomo By Phillip Lenzini Local Government Law, December 2020 The U.S. Supreme Court enjoined New York Governor Andrew Cuomo from enforcing his executive order setting 10- and 25-person limits on occupancy on religious services during the pending appeal pursuant to the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment in Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn v. Cuomo.
Casenote: People v. Morger, 2019 IL 123643 By Steve Baker Criminal Justice, August 2020 A summary of People v. Morger, which looks at whether a statute prohibiting sex offenders from accessing social media is constitutional.
Cat Express v. Robert Muriel, et al., 2019 IL App (1st) 1181851 By Matteo Rago Workers' Compensation Law, April 2020 A summary of Cat Express v. Robert Muriel, et al., which addresses the authority of the Department of Insurance to determine employment status disputes.
Cautionary Tales for Remote Meetings By Robert P. Osgood Government Lawyers, August 2020 In the wake of COVID-19, government practitioners should be mindful of the recent executive orders and legislation and potential criminal penalties for violations of the OMA due to misuse or technical difficulties with remote meeting technologies.
Celebrate Pro Bono Across Illinois: October 25-31, 2020 By Michael G. Bergmann Environmental Law, October 2020 Pro Bono Week, which will be celebrated from October 25-31, is intended to inspire even greater pro bono participation by lawyers throughout the nation.
Celebrate Pro Bono Across Illinois: October 25-31, 2020 By Michael G. Bergmann Legal Technology, Standing Committee on, October 2020 Pro Bono Week, which will be celebrated from October 25-31, is intended to inspire even greater pro bono participation by lawyers throughout the nation.
Celebrate Pro Bono Across Illinois: October 25-31, 2020 By Michael G. Bergmann Elder Law, October 2020 Pro Bono Week, which will be celebrated from October 25-31, is intended to inspire even greater pro bono participation by lawyers throughout the nation.
The CFPB’s Debt Collection Rulemaking: Flagging the Privacy Issues By Elizabeth Khalil Commercial Banking, Collections, and Bankruptcy, March 2020 While the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is focused on debt collection practices, privacy concerns underlie many provisions of the law and proposed regulation.
Chair’s Column By Sally K. Kolb Family Law, December 2020 A note from the chair, Sally K. Kolb.
Chair’s Column By Sally K. Kolb Family Law, November 2020 A note from the chair, Sally K. Kolb
Chair’s Column By Amanda G. Highlander Child Law, October 2020 A note from the chair, Amanda G. Highlander.
Chair’s Column By Sally K. Kolb Family Law, October 2020 A note from the chair, Sally K. Kolb.
Chair’s Column By Missy Greathouse Alternative Dispute Resolution, October 2020 A note from the chair, Missy Greathouse.
Chair’s Column By Sally K. Kolb Family Law, September 2020 A note from the chair, Sally K. Kolb.
Chair’s Column By Carl R. Draper General Practice, Solo, and Small Firm, September 2020 A note from the chair, Carl R. Draper.
Chair’s Column By Harry Dubnick Energy, Utilities, Telecommunications, and Transportation, September 2020 A note from the chair, Harry Dubnick.
Chair’s Column By Missy Greathouse Alternative Dispute Resolution, August 2020 A note from the chair, Missy Greathouse.
Chair’s Column By Masah SamForay Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, June 2020 A note from the outgoing chair, Masah SamForay.
Chair’s Column By Kathy Garlow Federal Taxation, June 2020 A note from the chair, Kathy Garlow.
Chair’s Column By Michael Strauss Family Law, June 2020 A note from the outgoing chair, Michael Strauss.
Chair’s Column By Michael Strauss Family Law, May 2020 A note from the chair, Michael Strauss.
Chair’s Column By Kelly Bennett Women and the Law, May 2020 A note from the chair, Kelly Bennett.
Chair’s Column By Michael Strauss Family Law, April 2020 A note from the chair, Michael Strauss.
Chair’s Column By Kathy Garlow Federal Taxation, March 2020 A note from the chair, Kathy Garlow.

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