Public Pension

New law eliminates form of “Double-Dipping”

by Michael B. Weinstein (Fall 2017) Governor Rauner has [...]

Board precluded from awarding benefits after denied by Workers’ Compensation Commission

by Laura A. Weizeorick (Fall 2017) The First District [...]

Public pension plans benefit from favorable IRS regulation

by Laura A. Weizeorick (Spring 2017) After a decade [...]

Harvey’s $7 million judgment a cautionary tale on underfunding pensions

by Carolyn Welch Clifford (Spring 2017) A little under [...]

Vacated felony convictions will not disqualify member from receiving benefits

by Ericka J. Thomas (Spring 2017) Both the downstate [...]

The limits of a pension fund fact-finding discretion

by John E. Motylinski (Spring 2017) In considering applications [...]

Conflicts of interest and the public pension attorney

by Shawn P. Flaherty (Winter 2017) From time to [...]

Misconceptions regarding QILDROs and disability benefits

by James G. Wargo (Winter 2017) Local pension funds [...]