Consecutive Sentences

A Lane & Waterman Blog

Richard Davidson successfully represents the City of Davenport against former commissioners of Davenport Civil Rights Commission

Lane & Waterman attorney, Richard Davidson, successfully obtained declaratory relief for the City of Davenport against four former commissioners of the Davenport Civil Rights Commission who refused to vacate their positions on the Commission following expiration of their terms. On June 22, 2020, Scott County District Court Judge, Tom Reidel, adopted the City’s position and…

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Pro Bono Recognition Roster Includes Lane & Waterman for 2020

The Public Interest Law Initiative’s (PILI) Annual Pro Bono Reception celebrates the inspiring and life-changing pro bono work being done in Illinois through effective pro bono programs, innovative partnerships, and the unwavering dedication of individual attorneys and legal professionals. Given the ongoing concerns around COVID-19, PILI made the difficult decision not to have a live…

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Three Summer Associates Join Lane & Waterman

                Lane & Waterman is excited to welcome three Summer Associates to the firm this year: Danny Bush, Sam Cropper, and Stacey Murray. The firm’s Summer Associate program gives law students hands on legal experience after their second year of law school. Summer Associates assist with current client…

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Thou Dost Protest Too Much

By: Courtney Kay-Decker In her latest installment of Dispatches from Davenport from Tax Notes State, Courtney responds to criticisms of the IRS Free File Program, arguing that the allegations of corporate bias are unfair and misleading. “I’ve spent a fair amount of time around the Free File Program during my professional life”, Courtney writes, “And…

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