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Holm v. Kodat and the Public Use of Non-navigable Rivers in Illinois

You can’t paddle your kayak down the Mazon River anymore: The fate of boating on non-navigable waters after Holm v. Kodat.

Dick Bales’ Complete Guide to Deeds

Real estate attorneys work with deeds every day. Attorneys for sellers of land prepare deeds for their closings. Attorneys may think that “deeds” are a fairly mundane topic, but Dick Bales hopes to prove otherwise. Dick has put together a comprehensive handout discussing virtually every facet about deeds, including such matters as the Doctrine of After Acquired Title, Dresser Drawer Deeds, Signature by Mark, and Underwriting Wild Deeds. Public Act 102-927 recently amended 765 ILCS 5/8, the statute on special warranty deeds. This new legislation has resulted in some controversy. Dick has attempted to study the issues from all angles, and he hopes to provide some thoughtful commentary on this very topical subject.

Elements of Illinois Law: Practicing Ethically 2023 Edition

In this guide, Mary F. Andreoni, Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission Senior Ethics Education Counsel, examines the intricacies of ethical legal practice in Illinois.
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Abolishing IRS Back Taxes

Learn how to eliminate your client's IRS tax debt instead of merely shifting the tax payment burden to an opposing spouse - who may or may not pay. The presentation will focus on the statutory components of three types of relief from joint and several tax liability with relevant citations to the U.S. Tax Code, Treasury regulations, court opinions, and the Internal Revenue Manual.

The Right to Free Tweets: Social Media and Local Government

Social Media sites are a staple in society’s daily life. They offer means to reach communities and constituents and receive community feedback, both positive and negative. This presentation will review and analyze the law surrounding the use and misuse of social media platforms by local governments and governmental officials.

Cross-Examination of Custody Evaluators in Family Law

An attorney and a trained custody evaluator will discuss analyzing a 604 report and developing a strategy for your case at trial as well as examining a favorable expert witness or unfavorable expert witness through cross-examination.

Drafting Operating Agreements – How to Avoid Common Pitfalls

This medium-level program will address drafting operating agreements and how to avoid common pitfalls.

Overturning DCFS Indicated Findings

This CLE is designed to discuss the impact of a DCFS indicated finding, review the DCFS Administrative Appeal process and cover successful strategies in overturning indicated findings at the administrative hearing level.

Employment Agreements for Business Lawyers

This program covers employment agreement basics for business lawyers, including “at-will” vs. termination for “cause,” new Illinois laws on non-competes and non-solicits and the relationship to severance agreements, and practice tips.

Advocating for Survivors of Domestic Violence

Learn how to be an advocate for survivors of domestic violence. Survivors of abuse may have special needs and concerns while working their way through the legal system. Without an advocate who understands these needs, they may not feel safe turning to the court for help and the cycle of abuse will continue. After this session, attendees will better understand how to help domestic violence survivors navigate through the court setting.

Elder Care Attorney: First and Last Line of Defense

Many individuals believe that when they sign Advance Directive and Health Care Surrogate forms, they have taken care of their future medical preferences. In fact, many medical, institutional, and practical obstacles can affect the impact of these documents, based on religious objections, denials of patients’ rights to refuse medical care, and lack of knowledge of how decisions impact a patient’s quality of life. Learn how you can help your clients address these issues and how to advise clients seeking autonomy as they face end-of-life issues.

Elements of Illinois Law: Criminal Law 2023 Edition

This guide provides an overview of and introduction to criminal law, serving as a handy reference for seasoned lawyers and a useful research foundation for new attorneys, legal assistants, and law clerks.
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