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Last week, a federal district court sitting in Georgia upheld the decision of regional accreditor, The Southern Association of Colleges & Schools Commission on Colleges, to revoke accreditation of The Paine College, a historically black college in Augusta, Georgia. Paine had been accredited by The Southern Association for nearly 100 years.
Mark J. McAndrew will be attending the Value Driven Leadership Presentation and Discussion for Business Leaders. The next event in the series will be December 13, 2018 at Benedictine University, Lisle, Illinois.
Natalie M. Perry has joined the Wheaton, Illinois office of Rathje Woodward LLC, a full-service law firm with offices in Wheaton and Madison, Wisconsin.
The firm is pleased to announce that the Associated Colleges of Illinois has elected Therese King Nohos to its Board of Trustees.
MADISON – Today, on behalf of Wisconsin voters in 34 legislative districts, Rathje Woodward LLC and co-counsel renewed their challenge of the state’s 2011 assembly map.
A Shelby County ambulance company can continue providing transfers for now in Effingham County. A judge on Thursday denied a request of Effingham County officials for a temporary restraining order.
Throughout the Chicago area, real estate investors are using condo deconversions to scoop up condo buildings in the city and suburbs to feed the continued strong market demand for rental apartments.
In 2014, Palm v 2800 Lake Shore Drive Condominium Association, 2014 IL App (1st) 111290 (known as “Palm II”)
Yesterday, Governor Rauner signed into law a bill that will permit limited use of marijuana-infused products at Illinois public schools for medicinal purposes.
“Tracy Dean Kasson, a member of Rathje Woodward LLC, has navigated the zoning, documentation and contracts on more than 100 new developments throughout the suburban Chicagoland area. During that process, he speaks rationally and reasonably about the benefits these developments can bring to the neighbors.”
Therese will speak on the issue of complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act by adopting effective policies and procedures to address accommodations requests.
How Wisconsin’s Civil Litigation Landscape Will Significantly Change on July 1, 2018