TRAFFIC LAW UPDATE MARCH 3 IN SPRINGFIELD
ISBA Bar News and Illinois Courts Bulletin
The IBSA Traffic Law and Court Section will conduct a Traffic Law Update on Saturday, March 3, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Springfield. (MCLE accredited 5.75 hours.)
Moderators are Traffic Laws and Courts Section Council member J. Brick Van Der Snick of the Van Der Snick Law Firm, Geneva, who also serves on the ISBA Assembly, and Theodore J. Harvatin of the Harvatin Law Offices, Springfield.
The schedule for the Law Ed seminar follows.
9 a.m. – Traffic Law Discussion by six panelists, including Sangamon County State’s Attorney James G. Grimaldi of Springfield.
Other speakers, all members of the section council, are Sean D. Brady of Mahoney, Silverman, and Cross, Joliet, Cook County Judge Charles P. Burns of the 4th Municipal District, Maywood, Ava M. George Stewart of the Law Office of Ava George Stewart, Chicago; Roni S. Kavanagh, Scully, Sudow, White & Frederick, Peoria, and Kelly P. Ward of Ward & Ward, Dixon.
10:45 a.m. – Current Case Law, with section council member Torrie Mark Newsome of the Law Office of Torrie Mark Newsome, Waukegan.
11 a.m. – Alcohol testing issues, with section council member Donald J. Ramsell of Ramsell, Armamentos & Klis, Wheaton, who also serves on the ISBA Assembly, and Ronald E. Henson or Beron Consulting of Illinois, Peoria.
12:15 p.m. – Luncheon Break.
1 p.m. – Statutory Summary Suspension and DUI panel discussion, with section council chair David B. Franks of Franks & Rechenberg, Lake in the Hills; section council member George G. Livas of Skokie; Burns, Grimaldi and Van Der Snick.
2 p.m. – Ethics, with section council member J. Randall Cox of Feldman, Wasser, Draper & Benson, Springfield, who also serves on the Committee on Continuing Legal Education.
2:45 p.m. – Immigration Issues, with section council member Juliet E. Boyd of Richardson, Stasko, Boyd & Mack, Chicago, who also serves on the International and Immigration Law Section Council.
3 p.m. – Current Legislation, with Franks.
3:25 p.m. – Secretary of State Issues, CDL, Teens and Cars, with section newsletter co-editor Edward M. Maloney of Ahern, Maloney & Moran, Skokie.
3:45 p.m. – Questions and Answers, closing remarks and comments from Boyd.
The ISBA will apply for 0.5 Hours of Professionalism MCLE credit for segments of this program.