2003 Legislative overviewBy James W. ChipmanSeptember 2003Although the deficit-ridden state budget took center stage in the 2003 spring legislative session, there were other important measures considered by the General Assembly.
2003 legislative overview updateNovember 2003Since the legislative summary that appeared in the September edition of this newsletter, the Governor has acted on all of the bills reported in that article.
Administrative law and agencies: An introductionBy Kirk R. ChrzanowskiJuly 2003This article provides a brief overview of the administrative law process. This article also discusses the rise, creation, powers, and limits of administrative agencies.
Annual survey of administrative law 2002March 2003"Administrative law" concerns the policy making, ratemaking, decision making, rulemaking, licensing and other requirements and procedures of administrative bodies.
Beyond Klaeren—The even newer world of zoningBy John H. BrechinSeptember 2003The March 2003 edition of the Local Government Law newsletter included two articles on the recent decisions by the Supreme Court in Klaeren1 and the Second District Appellate Court in Gallik.2
Chairman’s columnBy Thomas M. BattistaNovember 2003For many years this Section has formally supported legislation that would create a new Illinois Department of Administrative Hearings.
Chairman’s columnBy Thomas M. BattistaJuly 2003I write as the new Chairman of the Administrative Law Section Council.
Department of Insurance adopts privacy rulesBy Laura KotelmanNovember 2003The Illinois Department of Insurance has adopted rules, effective July 7, 2003, dealing with standards for developing and implementing safeguards to protect the security and confidentiality of customer information.
A flash in the pan: The brief existence of the Anti-Monopoly PartyBy Spencer Weber Waller & Joshua FinkJune 2003While antitrust began in the United States as part of the politics of the nineteenth century populist movement, it has become in modern times a highly specialized conversation among experts that has lost much of its political punch and, indeed the attention or interest of the general public.
Illinois revises its antitrust statuteBy Blake L. Harrop & Livia S. WestJune 2003On April 4, 2003, the Illinois House of Representatives voted 117-0 to adopt HB 3468, a bill to amend certain procedural aspects of the Illinois Antitrust Act, 740 ILCS 10/1 et seq.
In this issueMarch 2003First, an apology: The January 2003 issue of this newsletter included David Silverman's article entitled "FOIA and Technology--When Will They Converge?" Although that article was published in the October 2002 issue of the ISBA Local Government Law newsletter, and was republished in the Administrative Law newsletter with the author's consent, no mention was made of the earlier publication.
In this issueJanuary 2003This issue begins with an article by Section Council member Laura Kotelman reporting on an important subject: the timeliness of an administrative review proceeding.
InsideNovember 2003This issue of the newsletter contains a myriad of articles. Following the Chair’s column, Section Council member Laura Kotelman reviews new Insurance Department rules relating to the Department’s written information security program.
InsideSeptember 2003The place to be on Friday, September 5, 2003 is the ISBA's Chicago Regional Office where a large group of speakers will educate us on the law of administrative agencies and discrimination claims.
InsideAugust 2003This issue of the newsletter features two articles.
InsideJuly 2003This issue of the newsletter begins with incoming Section Council Chair Tom Battista's column, setting forth his agenda for the year and his plans regarding the newsletter.
InsideMay 2003This issue of the Administrative Law newsletter begins with Part Two of Marc Loro's article concerning breath alcohol ignition interlock rulemaking by the Illinois Secretary of State.
InsideApril 2003This issue begins with Part One of a two-part article by Section Council member Marc Loro, an employee of the Illinois Secretary of State's Office.