The Section will hold its Ninth Annual Spring CLE and Commi- ttee Meeting in San Antonio, Texas on May 14-16, 1998 at the Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort. The schedule will include over 50 committee meetings. At press time, the following CLE programs were scheduled:

Probate and Trust Programs

  • Ethical Problems of Professional Fiduciaries
  • Drafting Non-Tax Provisions in Wills and Trusts (Basic Track)
  • Three Negative TAMs and a Cold Schauerhamer: An Advanced Discussion of Dealing with the IRS Position on Family Limited Partnerships and LLCs
  • Community Property Aspects of Individual Retirement Accounts and Qualified Plans
  • What's New in Tax Regulations and Rulings
  • Charitable Remainder Trusts: Regulation, Legislation and Consternation
  • The New Medicare System and Other Muddles in Government Benefits
  • Navigating the Estate Tax Valuation and Payment Labyrinth, Including 2033A, 2032A and 6166
  • Private Foundations: Formation, Operation and Termination Issues
  • A Guide to Planning and Administering Trusts and Estates (Basic Track)
  • Forum Shopping for Dynasty Trusts? Where Do We Send Our Clients and Their Money?
  • Ethical Considerations & Attorney Liability in Asset Protection Planning
  • An Update on Planning for Distributions from Qualified Retirement Plans and IRAs (Basic Track)
  • Funding Marital & Non-Marital Trusts with Closely-Held Business Interests
Real Property Programs
  • Ticking Time Bombs: Drafting Tips from a Litigator's Perspective
  • Practicing Law Over the Net_The Lawyer as Techie
  • Impact of the New AIA Construction Documents (Parts I and II)
  • Leases, Breaches & Damages: What You Don't Know and Were Afraid to Ask
  • Disclosure Requirements on the Sale and Purchase of Real Estate in Various Jurisdictions
  • All Retail Leases Are Not Alike!
  • Demystifying Affordable Housing: Real Estate Lawyers Can Par- ticipate in Affordable Housing Transactions Too
  • The Ultimate Real Estate Development Checklist
  • REIT Symposium
  • What's It Worth: Who Wants to Know? Valuation of Real Property
  • Rolling the Dice_Gaming and Real Estate
  • Leasing Roundtable
  • Old Tax Shelters Never Die
  • Gone But Not Forgotten_ Preparing For Assignee Defaults
  • What's on the Net Now? An On-line Tour of 60 Tools in 60 Minutes
  • Portfolio Transactions: The Deals and the Issues
  • Securitization of Federal Brownfields: A Lone Star or a Long Shot
  • Fourth Annual Mortgage Financing Program & Commercial Real Estate Lending Developments Workshop
  • Don't Fence Me In: Gated Communities and Obligations for Common Interest Community Associations
  • Overcoming Racial, Cultural & Class Barriers to Affordable Housing
  • Hot Tips Luncheon
  • Workouts in the 21st Century: Planning for Bad Times While the Good Times Roll
  • Ethics of Negotiation
  • Multi-State Mortgage Pools: Issues Regarding Perfection, Priority and Recording Including MERS
  • The Obligation of Good Faith and Fair Dealing in Commercial Leases: Panacea or Pandora's Box?
  • Selected Issues in Securitization Transactions
Meeting attendees also can enjoy an Arthur Hills-designed 18 hole golf course, tennis, swimming, a 950 foot rambling river, health club facilities, restaurants and lounges at the resort, which is strategically located minutes away from San Antonia's most popular attractions. Activities for children will be available at the resort's Camp Hyatt.

For more details or to register for the meeting, log onto http://www. or call the Section office at (312) 988-6233. The advance registration deadline is April 13.

Section News Editor: Stacy (Walter) Woodward, Committee Manager, 750 North Lake Shore Dr., Chicago, IL 60611, new e-mail address: woodwars@staff.

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