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The newsletter of the ISBA’s General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Section

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Newsletter Articles From 2018

Chair’s column By Van-Lear Eckert September 2018 A look forward at the 2018-19 bar year.
Chair’s column By Mary Anne Gerstner February 2018 A message from Section Chair Mary Anne Gerstner.
Child’s finger amputated and seventh circuit blames parents By Michael J. Maslanka September 2018 Roh v. Starbucks Corp. provides a substantive review of the law in Illinois pertaining to a child’s personal injury in a public place
E-mail: Why can’t I keep my free account? By Carl R. Draper February 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.
From the ex-officio By Mary Anne Gerstner September 2018 A note from the ex-officio of the General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Section, Mary Anne Gerstner.
Golden nuggets in marijuana decision By Jewel N. Klein February 2018 The recent case of Three v. Dep’t of Public Health addresses several areas of law of interest not only to those who do administrative law, but to general practitioners as well.
Tips for representing stepparents in uncontested adoption cases By Mary F. Petruchius September 2018 As a private practitioner, you may be retained to represent your client in an uncontested adoption matter. This article outlines the basic procedures for doing so.