An overview of the Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Program Act and the Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act. This program will also cover the publicly available information regarding the status of cannabis business licenses issued/to be issued pursuant to the Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act.
Review the current state of the law regarding negligent entrustment (i.e. what are the elements of the claim, what type of conduct is actionable and what type of conduct is not actionable) and different techniques to discover evidence to survive a motion for summary judgment and win at trial.
The Estate Planning Short Course is Back In Person in Champaign! Or Join us Via Live Webcast! More information coming soon! Please note: In 2022, in-person attendance will be offered in Champaign only. The program will also be available via live webcast (presentations will not be pre-recorded unless otherwise indicated). There will be no in-person option in Chicago this year.
Registration includes post-event access to the online on-demand recording.
The legislation that originally created the Transfer on Death Instrument became law in 2012. It is codified as 755 ILCS 27/1 et seq. (“The Act.”) This statute was amended in 2015. There is now a second amendment, Public Act 102-0068, which is effective January 1, 2022. Public Act 102-0068 is truly a major revision of the Act. Consider just a few of these new changes: The Act is no longer the Illinois Residential Real Property Transfer on Death Instrument Act because the Act is no longer limited to just residential real estate. Effective January 1, 2022, a spouse can now renounce a Transfer on Death Instrument and take his or her statutory share. Dick Bales has put together a comprehensive 26-page handout where he thoroughly discusses all the changes to the Act. When appropriate, he uses situational examples to better illustrate these changes. In addition, he has put together a list of what he feels are some areas of concern to both attorneys and title companies.