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In This Issue…
- Reporting under FOID Act
Attorneys representing physicians, hospitals, therapists and other medical and mental health practitioners must be aware of the requirements under the Act to properly advise their clients as to how to satisfy their duty to report.
- Parent with developmental disability discriminated against by Massachusetts in violation of ADA and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act
To permit termination of parental rights based on the “inability to discharge parental duties,” without identifying those duties or defining how they are measured, invites the same kinds of presumptions and stereotypes that the DOJ and HHS found violated the ADA in the Massachusetts case.
- Sharing mental health records in Illinois: An overview of confidentiality concerns
Highlights from the Section's April 10th CLE program.
Related Court Cases
Illinois Appellate Court / CivilInvoluntary Administration of Medication | 5th Dist.
In re H.P., 2019 IL App (5th) 150302 (July 1, 2019) Randolph Co. (CHAPMAN) Reversed.
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