Artificial insemination and the intersection of same-sex marriage
The second district recently addressed in In re Marriage of Dee J. the issue of whether both parents in a same-sex relationship are legally considered parents of a child conceived through artificial insemination during the marriage of the parties.
A message from Section Chair Mary Anne Gerstner.
E-mail: Why can’t I keep my free account?
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
A note from the ex-officio of the General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Section, Mary Anne Gerstner.
Golden nuggets in marijuana decision
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.
Reading the advance sheets
As practitioners, we are best served by regular access to the latest research in whatever branch of the law we engage.
Succession planning: The proposed Supreme Court Rule 781
At the June 2018 ISBA Annual Meeting, the ISBA Assembly approved the proposed Illinois Supreme Court Rule 781, which was drafted by the ISBA Special Committee on Succession and Transition Planning and is awaiting review by the Illinois Supreme Court Professionalism and Rules Committee.