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Kightlinger & Gray opens Louisville officeRestricted Content

December 21, 2013
The new office gives the law firm five locations. In addition to its Indianapolis headquarters and Louisville office, the firm has a presence in Evansville, Merrillville and New Albany.
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Midwestern law firms less likely to call one city home

December 4, 2013
Indiana Lawyer Staff, Dave Stafford
Several firms with a big presence in Indianapolis are among the Midwestern practices now deciding not to specify a home office. Local autonomy and decentralized management are major trends, which can help with recruiting.
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Still nothing for investors, as Fair Finance legal fees balloon

November 23, 2013
Greg Andrews
The Cleveland law firm representing the bankruptcy Trustee Brian Bash is seeking approval for more than $11 million in fees.
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Local law firm reaps $6.3M in fees from BMV class-action suit

November 20, 2013
Scott Olson
Cohen & Malad LLP's fee represents 21 percent of the $30 million awarded to Hoosier motorists as part of a settlement approved by a Marion Superior Court judge Nov. 12. The BMV was accused of overcharging for driver's licenses.
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Law firm Taft to merge with Chicago practice

November 19, 2013
Indiana Lawyer Staff, Dave Stafford
Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, which includes about 100 attorneys in Indianapolis, expects the merged firm to bill in the range of $175 million to $200 million annually.
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Trump says she's willing to make up with Menard

November 14, 2013
J.K. Wall
Donald Trump's wife testified Thursday that she would still promote her “Melania” line of skin care products if only the company that makes them, which is controlled by hardware mogul John Menard, would honor its contract with her.
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Hilbert says Menard has 'picked on the wrong people'

November 13, 2013
J.K. Wall
Both in and out of court Wednesday afternoon, Steve Hilbert was calm but defiant about the allegations made by hardware store owner John Menard against him, describing them as “totally personal” and a “vendetta.”
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Menard's fight with Hilberts to surface in trial with Trump

November 11, 2013
 IBJ Staff
A skirmish in the ongoing legal war between hardware store magnate John Menard and former business partner Stephen Hilbert will arise in open court on Tuesday, as a trial begins between one of Menard's companies and former model Melania Trump.
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Judge sentences attorney Page to probation, fine

November 4, 2013
Cory Schouten
Attorney and real estate developer Paul J. Page will serve two years of probation and pay a $10,000 fine for concealing the source of a $362,000 down payment on his purchase of a state-leased office building in Elkhart.
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Ex-Indiana official questions Brizzi's health

October 21, 2013
Associated Press
Indiana's former elections chief raised questions about his attorney's health during his 2012 voter fraud trial and said he thought it was "a joke" that his defense strategy was to call no witnesses.
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Columbia Club directors take aim at fellow board members in court

October 18, 2013
Chris O'Malley
Three members of the 124-year-old club's board of directors allege that election rules were changed behind closed doors and in violation of procedure and state law.
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Conour gets 10-year sentence in $6.7M fraud case

October 17, 2013
Indiana Lawyer Staff
Former attorney William Conour sat in a federal courtroom Thursday afternoon and listened to several of his former clients tearfully describe how he had lied to them and stolen money from their settlements. The judge imposed half of the maximum sentence.
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Prosecutors urge 20-year sentence for lawyer Conour in $7M fraud

October 15, 2013
Indiana Lawyer Staff, Dave Stafford
The toll from fraud perpetrated by former personal-injury attorney William Conour has increased significantly from earlier estimates, federal prosecutors said in a sentencing memorandum filed Tuesday.
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Attorney emerges as key player in international adoptionsRestricted Content

September 21, 2013
Dan Human
Michele Jackson's quest to stem child exploitation led her into arranging international adoptions.
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Durham's appeal hangs on tossing damaging wiretapsRestricted Content

September 14, 2013
Greg Andrews
Attorneys for Tim Durham and his co-defendants cast their clients’ convictions on a total of 25 felony counts as the result of a string of legal missteps, including bungled jury instructions, and giving investigators the right to conduct wiretaps without first demonstrating that “ordinary investigative techniques failed or were unlikely to succeed.”
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Marsh Supermarkets, former CEO spar over attorney fees

September 12, 2013
Scott Olson
The company and Don Marsh each want the other to pay legal bills that, coincidentally, total about $1.7 million each. They stem from a bitter court battle between the two that concluded in July.
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Menard fires back in court fight with Hilberts

September 7, 2013
J.K. Wall
Menard has countersued Tomisue Hilbert for “abuse of process,” saying she filed her lawsuit only after companies controlled by Menard removed the Hilberts as managers of a private equity firm and sued to recover millions of dollars in fees paid to the Hilberts.
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Avalanche of lawsuits flows from Conour fraud

September 5, 2013
Indiana Lawyer Staff, Dave Stafford
State and federal suits take aim at a cavalcade of local attorneys, including some who used to work with the once-prominent, personal-injury lawyer.
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Ex-lawyer who admitted to fraud wants to keep fees

August 20, 2013
Associated Press
William Conour, a former prominent Indianapolis lawyer who pleaded guilty in July to defrauding clients of $4.5 million, wants to keep $2 million in legal fees he says were legitimately earned.
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Convicted Conour, government agree to sale of assets for victims

August 12, 2013
Indiana Lawyer Staff, Dave Stafford
Possessions of convicted former attorney William Conour—including furniture, artwork and a collection of premium wine and champagne—could be sold to help clients Conour defrauded of at least $4.5 million.
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Outrage-laden ITT ruling tossed aside by appellate courtRestricted Content

August 10, 2013
Greg Andrews
The outrage that seemed to leap from an order that Judge Tonya Walton Pratt issued last year was entirely missing from a new appeals court ruling  reversing her dismissal and the attorneys’ sanctions.
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State sues AT&T for suspending injured workers

August 5, 2013
Dan Human
The lawsuit alleges AT&T's Indiana subsidiary “has a practice and policy” of suspending employees for at least one day after they report work-related injuries.
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Brizzi hit with another legal malpractice suit

July 29, 2013
Indiana Lawyer Staff, Dave Stafford
Defrocked Secretary of State Charlie White has sued Carl Brizzi, the former Marion County prosecutor who represented White during a criminal case that led to his removal from office.
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Attorney’s report alleges trucking school small-claims abuses

July 26, 2013
An attorney’s report examining more than 7,700 lawsuits filed by an Indianapolis-based trucking school alleges systemic abuses that resulted in thousands of judgments against people who may never have stepped foot in the county or the state.
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Chief justice wants lawyers to do more pro bono work

July 22, 2013
Marilyn Odendahl
One key proposal from a state commission is to require all licensed attorneys in Indiana to report their pro bono hours.
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  2. way to much breweries being built in indianapolis. its going to be saturated market, if not already. when is enough, enough??

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