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April 2017


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Business Law By Joseph Kish

Recent Decisions: Securities & Exchange Commission v. World Capital Market, Inc.; Vetter v. McAtee; and Star Athletica, L.L.C. v. Varsity Brands, Inc.

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Civil Litigation By Emily J. Stine

Understanding the History Behind Carle Foundation v. Cunningham Township and Charitable-Use Exemption

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Condominium Law By Kenneth Michaels, Jr.

ADR and Agency Authority in Declaration and Bylaws

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Employment & Labor Law By Amanda Tiebert Collman

Illinois Appellate Court Considers Whether Doctrine of Legal Impossibility Excuses Contract Performance

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Estate Planning & Probate Law By Janet Rae Montgomery

Wait and Wonder: What Will Be the Future of Estate Planning?

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Ethics & Professional Responsibility By Terrence P. McAvoy & Thomas P. Sukowicz

Illinois Supreme Court Strict About Prohibition Against Commingling of Client Funds

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Family Law By Donald C. Schiller and Michelle A. Lawless

Illinois Supreme Court Reverses Appellate Court, Affirms Trial Court’s Fee Contribution Award; Other Recent Decisions

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Financial Services By Michael L. Weissman

Mortgagee Not Liable for Negligent or Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress on Mortgagor Following Foreclosure, Landlord’s Waiver Enables a Lender To Recover Assets a Borrower-Lessee Has Transferred to a Third Party, Other Recent Decisions

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Insurance Law By Michael H. Passman

Illinois Appellate Court Holds “Tough Litigation Tactics” Alone Do Not Constitute Violation of Insurance Code Section 155

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Workers’ Compensation By Joseph P. Basile

Illinois Appellate Court Considers Evidence Required To Prove Wage Differential When Injured Worker Has Not Returned to Work and Penalties Under §19(l) of Workers’ Compensation Act

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