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Illinois Form Contracts Compared

This panel will discuss a variety of form contracts used in various parts of Illinois. These forms differ significantly, and the idea is not to pick the best or worst form, but to alert practitioners to the different treatments of several important issues. Panelists will also discuss best practices for dealing with opposing counsel and resolving practical COVID-19 problems.
Credits: 1 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: P1903-21E-04
$80.00 or 1.00 credits
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Faculty:

Deborah Frank Feinen, Attorneys’ Title Guaranty Fund, Inc., Champaign

Donald Hyun Kiolbassa, Law Offices of Kiolbassa, Holmes & Ansong, Chicago

Colleen Sahlas, Law Offices of Hoy & Sahlas, LLC, Oak Brook

Michael Shalbrack, HolmstromKennedy, Rockford

Expires: 8/1/2023

Faculty:

Deborah Frank Feinen, Attorneys’ Title Guaranty Fund, Inc., Champaign

Donald Hyun Kiolbassa, Law Offices of Kiolbassa, Holmes & Ansong, Chicago

Colleen Sahlas, Law Offices of Hoy & Sahlas, LLC, Oak Brook

Michael Shalbrack, HolmstromKennedy, Rockford

Expires: 8/1/2023

Products specifications
Program Date9/9/2021
Session from:Residential Real Estate 2021
Products specifications
Program Date9/9/2021
Session from:Residential Real Estate 2021
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