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Newsletter Articles From 2017

Boring but useful tools: Prerequisites to filing for foreclosure under federal mortgage programs By Eric Sirota June 2017 The tools with which Bankers Life v. Denton provides to foreclosure defense attorneys extend beyond defending against the foreclosure of FHA loans
Case summaries By Hon. Edward J. Schoenbaum, (Ret). September 2017 Recent cases of interest to administrative law practitioners.
Case summaries By Hon. Edward J. Schoenbaum, (Ret.) June 2017 Recent cases of interest to administrative law practitioners.
Case summaries By Hon. Edward J. Schoenbaum, (Ret). May 2017 Recent cases of interest to administrative law practitioners.
Case summaries By Hon. Edward J. Schoenbaum, (Ret.) March 2017 Recent cases of interest to administrative law practitioners.
Chairman’s column By John Allen September 2017 A message from 2016-2017 Administrative Law Section Chair John Allen.
Excesses and limited reform in the licensing of professions and occupations By William A. Price September 2017 Census data for 2016 show 25% of employed persons in the US had some form of license. The regulatory policy question is: Is this a good or bad thing?
From the Chair By Tracy D. Douglas June 2017 The final column from Chair Tracy Douglas.
From the Chair By Tracy Douglas May 2017 An introduction to this issue from Administrative Law Section Chair Tracy Douglas.
From the Chair By Tracy Douglas March 2017 An introduction to this issue from Administrative Law Section Chair Tracy Douglas.
Service of process and adequacy of notice in administrative cases By William A. Price June 2017 The Illinois Supreme Court has only issued one administrative review law decision so far in 2017-- Stone St. Partners, LLC v. City of Chicago Dep’t of Admin. Hearings-- but it raises significant practice issues for agencies and practitioners.
Spotlight on Jewel Klein By Tracy Douglas March 2017 Learn more about Administrative Law Section member Jewel Klein.
U.S. Supreme Court cases on administrative law, 2016-17 By William A. Price June 2017 Administrative law cases decided recently by the U.S. Supreme Court.
What constitutes a “sufficient public recital” of a final action to be taken by a public body? By Michael Weinstein May 2017 In a rare defeat for the Illinois Attorney General, the Illinois Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that the Attorney General erred with respect to the issuance of a binding opinion finding violations of the Illinois Open Meetings Act.