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Illinois’ Mandatory Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

April 19th, 2022|

If you are an Illinois employer, as of 2020, you are required to train your employees on sexual harassment annually under the Workplace Transparency Act ("WTA"). This undertaking can be costly and time-consuming for employers, and Gail Schnitzer Eisenberg, an employee's civil rights attorney and New Trier Township Supervisor, agreed to bring you free sexual harassment prevention training for your employees. This video fulfills the requirements of the WTA and can be shown by employers to employees on demand. Certificates of completion are available below. CLE credit is NOT available for on-demand viewing. Presentation by Gail Schnitzer Eisenberg Organized and Moderated by Nicole DeBella. Handouts Handout and Statutory Authority Certificate of Participation CLE credit is only issued to those that watched the live viewing.

Methods and Myths of Real Property Valuation for Ad Valorem Taxation Part 2: Busting the Myths – The Legal Perspective in Illinois

April 19th, 2022|

On March 29, 2022, preeminent Illinois property tax litigators Ellen Berkshire (Verros Berkshire) and Ares Dalianis (Franczek P.C.) presented certain myths about ad valorem taxation, walked viewers through the relevant case law and statutory authority, and applied it to different fact patterns. Both panelists have extensive experience trying cases before the Property Tax Appeal Board, and have often found themselves on opposite sides. This is a unique opportunity to hear their own arguments, interpretations and tips for litigating both simple and complex property tax disputes, all of which can be applied to your own caseload on a substantive level. Organized by Mary Kate Fitzgerald (Fitzgerald Law Group, P.C.) HANDOUTS (click below to access): Slideshow, Case Law, and Statutory Authority The handout attached above constitutes everything that was distributed on the [...]

Methods and Myths of Real Property Valuation for Ad Valorem Taxation Part 1: Appraisal Concepts – The Foundation of Methodology

March 1st, 2022|

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=osZfrer7T9Y&t=8050s Part 1 of a 3-Party Series The Women's Property Tax Association's 2/22/22 Presentation. Bruce Darata, MAI and Peter Helland, MAI, AI-GRS present ad valorem appraisal techniques and offer a contrast to financing appraisal reports. Featuring key legal concepts as outlined by Nora Devine. Moderated by Susan Ulman, MAI. Organized by Mary Kate Fitzgerald.   HANDOUTS (click below to access): Case Law       2. Legal Framework Slides The handouts attached here constitute everything that the WPTA is authorized to distribute. No further documentation will be provided by the WPTA. CLE credit is available ONLY TO THOSE THAT WATCHED THE LIVE VIEWING.

Webinar on Real Property Valuation

February 11th, 2022|

METHODS AND MYTHS OF REAL PROPERTY VALUATION FOR AD VALOREM TAXATION A Three Part Series Part 1: Appraisal Concepts: the Foundation of Methodology Please mark your calendar for an informative webinar hosted by the WPTA: February 22, 2022 Noon Register for GoToWebinar HERE The Women's Property Tax Association is pleased to present the first part of our Methods and Myths of Real Property Valuation for Ad Valorem Taxation Series. On February 22, 2022, Bruce Darata, MAI and Peter Helland, MAI, AI-GRS will be presenting an abbreviated version of the course they developed and taught at the Appraisal Institute: Assessment Appeal Report Writing. This webinar will examine key appraisal concepts for developing an opinion of value for ad valorem tax purposes. This meeting is expected to run for approximately 2 hours, and the WPTA will [...]

Thank you participants

January 14th, 2022|

On behalf of the WPTA, I want to thank all of the participants in yesterday's webinar on the topic of Specific Objection Rule Changes. Mary Kate Fitzgerald / President

Specific Objection Update: Proposed Rule Changes – January 13, 2022

January 13th, 2022|

January 13, 2022 - Women's Property Tax Association - Presiding Judge Sanjay Tailor, County Division, Circuit Court of Cook County, joins Supervisor of the Real Estate Tax Litigation Division, Assistant State's Attorney Anthony O'Brien, Cristin Duffy (Crane & Norcross, LLC), and Vesna Marusic (Amari & Locallo) discuss the latest proposed changes as they relate to Specific Objection cases. The panel discusses the proposed changes to local rules 10.6 and 10.8 which govern the Small Claims Proceedings and Tax Objection Proceedings in the County Division. The proposed rule changes include three new proposed orders for the 2019 Case Management Call. Please note, CLE credit is only given to those that watched the live stream. Handouts Included: 10.6 Prpoposed Changes 10.8 Proposed Changes Presentation Revised Order 1 Revised Order 2 Revised [...]

Exploring Taxable Leaseholds – December 9, 2021

December 9th, 2021|

December 9, 2021 - Hosted by the Women's Property Tax Association and Illinois Property Assessment Institute: Kane County Supervisor of Assessments Mark Armstrong, CIAO-M explains taxable leaseholds in Illinois. Q&A following Mr. Armstrong's presentation with Nora Devine of The Devine Law Group. CLE credit is only available to those that watched the live stream. Handouts Included: Glossary of Terms

The Do’s and Don’ts of PTAB Revisited – June 18, 2021

June 18th, 2021|

June 18, 2021 - Administrative Law Judge Jennifer Vesely discusses the practice before the State of Illinois Property Tax Appeal Board is joined by Ellen Berkshire of Verros Berkshire. Please note, CLE credit is only available for those that watched the live stream.  

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