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Residential Real Estate: Once Bitten, Twice Shy: Don't Get Bit by the Gotcha Bug!

At our 2019 Residential Real Estate program, learn about the trickiest laws and rules so you can avoid “getting bit by the gotcha bug.” Understand how to best handle the new Multi-Board 7.0 contract, installment contracts, and building/boundary issues. Get up to date on the latest case law and regulations affecting your residential real estate practice. Appreciate both buyers’ and sellers’ concerns through an entertaining discussion. Learn how mindfulness can transform your stress and increase your wellness so that you can more effectively represent your clients.
Credits: 4.25 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 1 MH/SA PR, 1 Other PR

Expires: April 1, 2021

 Program Moderators: William J. Anaya, Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale P.C., Chicago
Michael J. Rooney, Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, Springfield

Case Law Update
Get up to date about court cases decided over the past year that are particularly disruptive to transactions, the practice of law and practitioners.  Which ones are likely to bite you?
William J. Anaya, Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale P.C., Chicago
Michael J. Rooney, Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, Springfield

Multi-Board 7.0: The Gold Standard of Illinois Real Estate Contracts
Recently revised, the Multi-Board remains the most widely-used form contract in our state for residential real estate transactions. Understand what changes have been made in the 7.0 version, as well as common modifications that remain important.
T. Nicholas Tyszka, Law Offices of T. Nicholas Tyszka, LLC, Chicago

The Not So Neighborly Neighbor: Boundary and Building Issues with Adjacent Property Owners
Learn about encroachments, boundary overlaps, subjacent lateral support, and other disputes, with a special emphasis on six Illinois statutes that every lawyer ought to remember, but sometimes does not – OUCH!
Samuel H. Levine, Bryce Downey & Lenkov LLC, Chicago

They’re Baaaccckkk!  Installment Contracts and the Applicable Statutes 
Understand why installment contracts are back and what to do about it, including how to use (or not use, as the case may be) an Illinois Land Trust to avoid getting bitten by the gotcha bug.
David Lanciotti, Chicago Title Land Trust Company, Chicago

Buyer Concerns vs. Seller Concerns: An Interactive and Entertaining Debate
At each step in the residential real estate transaction, the duties of the attorneys for the parties are unique and there are landmines that each side’s advocate must avoid.  Learn more about the differences in perspective regarding contract review, correspondence, the closing itself and post-closing matters in a conversational format between two attorneys representing each side of the transaction.
Tom Anselmo, Anselmo Lindberg & Associates, Naperville
David R. Schlueter, Law Office of David R. Schlueter, Itasca

Regulatory Update
(1.0 Professional Responsibility pending approval)
Learn more about the many recent lawsuits over regulatory boundaries and the age-old fight over who regulates whom.  Who is suing whom and why?  What’s been decided? Have these findings been appealed or not?  Is there or is there not a proposed (adopted?) DS-1? Understand the latest proposed amendments to the Rules of Professional Conduct and proposed legislation concerning attorney-title agents. What’s it all about, Alfie?William J. Anaya, Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale P.C., Chicago
Michael J. Rooney, Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, Springfield

Developing Resilience Through Mindfulness for Attorneys
(1.0 Mental Health & Substance Abuse Professional Responsibility pending approval)
Learn techniques and strategies that will enable you (and other busy and stressed real estate attorneys) to identify and deal with challenges in the profession through mindfulness.  Mindfulness has been identified by the Commission on Professionalism and the Illinois Lawyers’ Assistance Program (LAP) as one of the most effective ways to improve the overall wellness of attorneys. Through mindfulness, stress can be channeled and transformed into increased productivity and creative thinking. Get a practical guide for mindfulness in the profession. Understand how to develop resilience to improve your decision making and judgment skills.
Yana Karnaukhov, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Chicago

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Program Date4/17/2019

Expires: April 1, 2021

 Program Moderators: William J. Anaya, Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale P.C., Chicago
Michael J. Rooney, Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, Springfield

Case Law Update
Get up to date about court cases decided over the past year that are particularly disruptive to transactions, the practice of law and practitioners.  Which ones are likely to bite you?
William J. Anaya, Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale P.C., Chicago
Michael J. Rooney, Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, Springfield

Multi-Board 7.0: The Gold Standard of Illinois Real Estate Contracts
Recently revised, the Multi-Board remains the most widely-used form contract in our state for residential real estate transactions. Understand what changes have been made in the 7.0 version, as well as common modifications that remain important.
T. Nicholas Tyszka, Law Offices of T. Nicholas Tyszka, LLC, Chicago

The Not So Neighborly Neighbor: Boundary and Building Issues with Adjacent Property Owners
Learn about encroachments, boundary overlaps, subjacent lateral support, and other disputes, with a special emphasis on six Illinois statutes that every lawyer ought to remember, but sometimes does not – OUCH!
Samuel H. Levine, Bryce Downey & Lenkov LLC, Chicago

They’re Baaaccckkk!  Installment Contracts and the Applicable Statutes 
Understand why installment contracts are back and what to do about it, including how to use (or not use, as the case may be) an Illinois Land Trust to avoid getting bitten by the gotcha bug.
David Lanciotti, Chicago Title Land Trust Company, Chicago

Buyer Concerns vs. Seller Concerns: An Interactive and Entertaining Debate
At each step in the residential real estate transaction, the duties of the attorneys for the parties are unique and there are landmines that each side’s advocate must avoid.  Learn more about the differences in perspective regarding contract review, correspondence, the closing itself and post-closing matters in a conversational format between two attorneys representing each side of the transaction.
Tom Anselmo, Anselmo Lindberg & Associates, Naperville
David R. Schlueter, Law Office of David R. Schlueter, Itasca

Regulatory Update
(1.0 Professional Responsibility pending approval)
Learn more about the many recent lawsuits over regulatory boundaries and the age-old fight over who regulates whom.  Who is suing whom and why?  What’s been decided? Have these findings been appealed or not?  Is there or is there not a proposed (adopted?) DS-1? Understand the latest proposed amendments to the Rules of Professional Conduct and proposed legislation concerning attorney-title agents. What’s it all about, Alfie?William J. Anaya, Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale P.C., Chicago
Michael J. Rooney, Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, Springfield

Developing Resilience Through Mindfulness for Attorneys
(1.0 Mental Health & Substance Abuse Professional Responsibility pending approval)
Learn techniques and strategies that will enable you (and other busy and stressed real estate attorneys) to identify and deal with challenges in the profession through mindfulness.  Mindfulness has been identified by the Commission on Professionalism and the Illinois Lawyers’ Assistance Program (LAP) as one of the most effective ways to improve the overall wellness of attorneys. Through mindfulness, stress can be channeled and transformed into increased productivity and creative thinking. Get a practical guide for mindfulness in the profession. Understand how to develop resilience to improve your decision making and judgment skills.
Yana Karnaukhov, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Chicago

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