Brown Bag Lunch Series
This series gives attorneys an opportunity to network and learn more about creditor’s rights from experienced practitioners in a relaxed and interactive setting.
The meetings take place from 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm at the ISBA Regional Office located at 20 S Clark Street, Chicago. Webinar access via Zoom is also available for those who would like to attend remotely.
One MCLE credit is offered per presentation.
Mark Your Calendar for the Next Brown Bag Lunch - September 11, 2018
Important: All must be compliant with Supreme Court Rule 280 which goes into effect on October 16, 2018.
THE NEW SUPREME COURT RULE 280:
Panelists: Judge Thomas Donnelly and Michael Starzec
ILCBA Members: $10
In-Person Attendance - Registration Limited to 15 People
*Same pricing applies.
1 MCLE Credit will be given upon completion of survey.
Thank you to Kevin Kelly, Markoff Law, LLC for presenting:
KEVIN M. KELLY is a partner at Markoff Law, LLC, practicing in the areas of, Collections,Creditors Rights, Civil Litigation and Judgment Enforcement. Kevin is currently licensed to practice in the State of Illinois and in the Northern District of Illinois, and obtained his BA from Marquette University in Milwaukee WI and his JD from DePaul University College of Law. He is a Board Member and Past President of the Illinois Creditors Bar Association, and a member of the following organizations: NARCA – National Creditors Bar Association, the Illinois State Bar Association and the Chicago Bar Association. Kevin works on the Outreach Committee and State Government Affairs Committee for NARCA – National Creditors Bar Association. Kevin also is a Certified Alateen sponsor providing counseling services for teenagers and pre-teens whose parents are drug addicts and alcoholics.
Thank you to Richard Toboz, Heavner, Beyers & Mihlar, LLC for presenting: What to Expect When You’re Evicting: Eviction law and practice for all skill levels
Richard is the lead attorney in charge of evictions at the law firm of Heavner, Beyers & Mihlar, LLC. He has handled hundreds of evictions across the state of Illinois, about half of them in Cook County. His extensive experience includes residential and commercial eviction cases, representing both landlords and buyers of foreclosed properties. He has also handled numerous related matters including defending owners against alleged KCRO violations, settling lawsuits over unpaid condominium assessments, and other litigation. Richard also currently serves on the Eviction Forms Subcommittee for the Illinois Supreme Court. He is admitted to practice law in Illinois state courts as well as the trial bar in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois and the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.
Presenter: Michael Polk, Law Office of Michael R. Polk Topic: "Getting at the Contents of a Safe Deposit Box - a How To Discussion"