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Municipal Law: Financing, Tax, and Municipal Property 2021 Edition (COMING SOON)

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The growing need for local governmental bodies to continue to innovate, sometimes with less help from superior governments, makes this handbook important to practitioners throughout Illinois. More and more is being asked of local governments and lawyers, and this handbook provides easy access to the best research on these subjects to enable practitioners to provide better services to their local governmental clients. Everything municipal law practitioners need to know to prevent financial disaster for their municipality clients, as well as practical tips for dealing with the municipal property itself, is found in this handbook. It covers finance and tax issues, general obligation and revenue bonds, the sale of municipal obligations, special assessments, special service areas, tax increment allocation financing, police and fire pensions, insurance, and alternate risk financing, and more.

General Editor: Stewart H. Diamond, Ancel Glink, P.C., Chicago

Chapter 1 — Finance and Tax
Thomas P. Bayer, James V. Ferolo, Michael T. Jurusik, Michael A. Marrs, and Gregory T. Smith, Klein, Thorpe and Jenkins, Ltd., Chicago

Chapter 2 — General Obligation and Revenue Bonds
Kelly K. Kost and Anjali Vij, Chapman and Cutler LLP, Chicago

Chapter 3 — Sale of Municipal Obligations
Kyle W. Harding, Chapman and Cutler LLP, Chicago, and Andrew Kim, PMA Securities, LLC, Naperville

Chapter 4 — Special Assessments, Special Service Areas, and Business Districts
Thomas P. Bayer, Michael T. Jurusik, and Gregory T. Smith, Klein, Thorpe and Jenkins, Ltd., Chicago

Chapter 5 — Tax Increment Allocation Financing
Adam B. Simon, Ancel Glink, P.C., Vernon Hills, and Kent M. Floros and Lawrence E. White, Chapman and Cutler LLP, Chicago

Chapter 6 — Municipal Property
Mark E. Burkland and Peter M. Friedman, Elrod Friedman LLP, Chicago

Chapter 7 — Police Officers’ and Firefighters’ Pension Boards
M. Neal Smith, Robbins Schwartz, Bolingbrook

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    PRE-ORDER

    The growing need for local governmental bodies to continue to innovate, sometimes with less help from superior governments, makes this handbook important to practitioners throughout Illinois. More and more is being asked of local governments and lawyers, and this handbook provides easy access to the best research on these subjects to enable practitioners to provide better services to their local governmental clients. Everything municipal law practitioners need to know to prevent financial disaster for their municipality clients, as well as practical tips for dealing with the municipal property itself, is found in this handbook. It covers finance and tax issues, general obligation and revenue bonds, the sale of municipal obligations, special assessments, special service areas, tax increment allocation financing, police and fire pensions, insurance, and alternate risk financing, and more.

    General Editor: Stewart H. Diamond, Ancel Glink, P.C., Chicago

    Chapter 1 — Finance and Tax
    Thomas P. Bayer, James V. Ferolo, Michael T. Jurusik, Michael A. Marrs, and Gregory T. Smith, Klein, Thorpe and Jenkins, Ltd., Chicago

    Chapter 2 — General Obligation and Revenue Bonds
    Kelly K. Kost and Anjali Vij, Chapman and Cutler LLP, Chicago

    Chapter 3 — Sale of Municipal Obligations
    Kyle W. Harding, Chapman and Cutler LLP, Chicago, and Andrew Kim, PMA Securities, LLC, Naperville

    Chapter 4 — Special Assessments, Special Service Areas, and Business Districts
    Thomas P. Bayer, Michael T. Jurusik, and Gregory T. Smith, Klein, Thorpe and Jenkins, Ltd., Chicago

    Chapter 5 — Tax Increment Allocation Financing
    Adam B. Simon, Ancel Glink, P.C., Vernon Hills, and Kent M. Floros and Lawrence E. White, Chapman and Cutler LLP, Chicago

    Chapter 6 — Municipal Property
    Mark E. Burkland and Peter M. Friedman, Elrod Friedman LLP, Chicago

    Chapter 7 — Police Officers’ and Firefighters’ Pension Boards
    M. Neal Smith, Robbins Schwartz, Bolingbrook

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