Clausen Miller Partners Educate The Illinois Bar By Authoring Chapters In The Illinois Institute Of Continuing Legal Education Handbook On Chancery And Special Remedies
Clausen Miller Partners Don Sampen, Joseph Ferrini and Ed Kay again have demonstrated their commitment to excellence in the legal profession by authoring two Chapters for the Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal Education Handbook entitled “Chancery and Special Remedies.”
Ed Kay and Don Sampen authored a chapter on the “Principles of Contempt” fully examining all the substantive and procedural “ins and outs” of civil direct and indirect contempt and criminal direct and indirect contempt and appellate issues regarding these contempt proceedings.
Joseph Ferrini and Don Sampen authored a chapter on “Quo Warranto, Mandamus, and Prohibition” exploring the requirements for utilizing these common law writs in Illinois courts and the important roles they play in litigation today.
IICLE, having been formed in 1961, serves as one of the premier providers of continuing legal education in the State of Illinois. The Handbook on Chancery and Special Remedies is a core publication of the Institute. In addition to the two chapters mentioned above, the Handbook covers such remedies as injunctions, interpleader, guardians/receivers, subrogation, and more. It’s a great read!