A comprehensive program with more than 6 hours of training on Illinois workers' compensation practice from experienced attorneys on both sides of each issue, along with insights from Illinois Workers' Compensation Commission officials.
Even experienced real property lawyers make some of the most common commercial leasing drafting errors. Using examples from recent high-profile transactions, this course offers practical and eminently useful recommendations to help avoid these drafting errors, improve the quality of any drafting project, and build a stronger professional reputation.
Not included in IICLE® Online All-Access subscription.
If your practice involves working for or with units of local government, you can't miss the Annual Local Government Law Institute. With a carefully crafted agenda presented by a committee of experienced Illinois attorneys, this program is the best opportunity for comprehensive, practical guidance on local government law issues, including a host of timely and relevant topics along with crucial updates on statutory changes and case law.
This program provides insight from a corporate fiduciary’s perspective on one of the most overlooked yet most common asset class in a probate or trust administration. While this asset class is typically not a large percentage of the gross estate, it can require a substantial amount of time in its administration as well as provide for significant risk to the fiduciary. Drafting considerations will be discussed so that planners can work to manage that risk and cost of administration.
Learn how the Illinois estate tax is really calculated and how prior gifts impact the calculation. You’ll also learn what is and is not deemed to be personal property in the estate of a non-resident decedent, and many other non-intuitive nuances regarding Illinois estate tax law.
Hear from the PAC’s staff to learn how they process inquiries and analyze matters that come before them. Understand some of their recent decisions. Originally presented as part of the 7th Annual Local Government Law Institute, available in its entirety as P9017-19U.
A comprehensive guide to all of these so-called “authority documents”—the various documentation that an attorney and title company need to review in order to underwrite the conveyance or mortgage of Illinois land by entities as common as corporations and as unusual as unincorporated associations.
Learn about transferring the ownership of a mobile home from a seller to a buyer in Illinois. This is not intended for situations where the land the mobile home sits on is included in the sale. However, if you and your client are dealing with an individual mobile home located in a pre-existing mobile home park, on somebody’s rented land, in a lot, or somewhere else involving a lease, then this presentation is for you. Walk through the practical steps in the process to transfer a mobile home title from one owner to the next. To help you further, example forms will be included to keep the process fairly simple and straightforward for you and your clients.