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Illinois Supreme Court Reiterates That Police Ticket Quotas Are Impermissible

In Policemen’s Benevolent Labor Committee v. City of Sparta, 2020 IL 125508 (November 19, 2020), the City’s “activity points system” required all full-time police officers to meet a monthly points minimum. The system was used to give an award for… Continue Reading →

Illinois Supreme Court Emphasizes The Importance Of Proper Notice And Procedure In Administrative Proceedings, But Leaves The Issue Of Attorney Representation Unresolved

A recent opinion from the Illinois Supreme Court emphasizes the importance of proper notice and procedure in administrative proceedings, but fails to provide guidance on whether a legal entity must be represented by an attorney. In Stone Street Partners, LLC,… Continue Reading →

School Districts Subject to Local Zoning Regulations Under New State Law

Effective August 25, 2016, Public Act 099-0890 (the Act) clarified that school districts are subject to local government zoning regulations. The legislature characterized the Act as “declarative of existing law,” as opposed to it being a substantive change. The Act… Continue Reading →

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