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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Veterans Committee of the DuPage County Bar Association and the DuPage Association of Women Lawyers present a joint CLE program on legal issues facing our nation’s veterans. Topics covered include: Veterans' Benefits and More; Practicing VA Law; Estate Planning for Heroes; the PACT Act; and Camp Lejeune Water Contamination and Burn Pits.
COVID changed not only the workplace but also the way in which employers and employees relate to one another. This presentation will discuss how companies and their employees can and should manage difficult workplace scenarios such as vaccine mandates, mandatory testing, religious and disability exemptions, accommodations, and COVID-based claims
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) should be a tool considered for any dispute from pending litigation to pre-litigation disputes. ADR comes in many forms and sizes from arbitration to mediation. Learn from a panel of experienced attorneys who will discuss the process, practical tips, and advice with ADR and how it can be effective in any practice area.
This course will provide an outline on what to make sure you include and what to make sure you avoid when drafting and negotiating Premarital Agreements. It will also briefly touch on Post-Nuptial Agreements.