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Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons

October 20, 2010

Oct. 21
Murat Theatre at Old National Centre


Long before there was the Broadway bio-show “Jersey Boys,” there was Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. And while the stage musical left town months ago, the “Walk Like a Man” man himself will be playing the same theater that hosted his Broadway counterpart. Details here.
 

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Time for Three and the ISO

October 20, 2010

Oct. 21-23
Hilbert Circle Theatre


The weekend shows with the ISO are anchored by Brahms’ Fourth (and final) Symphony. A new work created by composer Chris Brubeck for the ISO’s trio-in-residence Time for Three is added for good measure. James Gaffigan conducts.

If you prefer a shorter show—and a more casual, after-work atmosphere—catch the threesome, Gaffigan, and the ISO for a Happy Hour concert on Thursday. Here, though, you’ll only get excerpts from Brubeck’s “Travels in Time for Three.” Details here.
 

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"America’s Got Talent Live"

October 20, 2010

Oct. 22
Clowes Hall

I’m no fan of Jerry Springer—who hosts both the TV show and the tour—but I am a fan of the variety-show format. That largely bygone arrangement allowed for a wide range of performers to appear, exposing audiences to forms of entertainment that they perhaps hadn’t even considered enjoying.

The “America’s Got Talent” program coming to Clowes includes opera and pop singing, ballroom dancing, stunt-bike riding and more. A likely highlight: the black-light illusions of Fighting Gravity—one of those acts that Vegas builds whole theaters around. Details here.
 

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October 20, 2010

University of Indianapolis music professor Pete Schmutte and theater professor Brad Wright try their hands at an original musical with “Shame,” based on “The Scarlet Letter.” It runs Oct. 22-30 at the university’s Ransburg Auditorium. Details here

Ben Folds plays Clowes Hall Oct. 23. Details here.

Actors from the London Stage offer their minimalist production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream," Oct. 22-23 at the Basile Theater of the Indiana History Center. Details here.

On Oct. 23, Brian Regan brings his stand-up to the Murat Theatre at Old National Centre. Details here.

The Script and Joshua Radin take the stage at the Egyptian Room at Old National Centre, Oct. 25. Details here.
 

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Housing

October 19, 2010
On a seasonally adjusted basis, the pace of mortgage loan activity increased 14.6 percent for the week ended Oct. 8, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association. The rate for 30-year mortgages decreased to 4.21 percent from 4.25 percent the previous week. The rate for 15-year mortgages fell to 3.62 percent from 3.73 percent.
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Construction

October 19, 2010
-Kort Builders has completed a 1,300-square-foot retail space for Fuzziwig’s Candy Factory at 13971 Town Center Blvd. in Hamilton Town Center, Noblesville.

-Kort Builders has completed a 2,000-square-foot retail space for Sally Beauty at 2007 SE Greyhound Pass, Carmel.
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Sales/acquisitions

October 19, 2010
-McCallan Properties LLC bought the 77-unit Eastgate Terrace Apartments, 7036 E. 10th St., for $1 million. The buyer was represented by Chad Stickley of Marcus & Millichap. The sellers, Jim and Pat Candler, were represented by Scott Pollom of Cassidy Turley.

-Clary Crossing Senior Villas LP bought 12.75 acres in The Enclave subdivision at Stones Crossing Road and State Road 135, Greenwood. The price wasn’t disclosed. The seller, Fifth Third Bank, and buyer were represented by Jim Shook, Jon Hardy and Andrew Schrage of Coldwell Banker Commercial.

-Hien Nguyen bought a former Bob Evans Restaurant building at 4760 W. 38th St. The price wasn’t disclosed. The buyer was represented by Mitchell Andrews of Andrews Realtors. The seller, Bob Evans Farms, was represented by Michael Cranfill of Sitehawk Retail Real Estate.
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Leasing/leasing contracts

October 19, 2010
-First Industrial Realty Trust has appointed Brian Seitz, Steve Schwegman, Jake Sturman and Brian Buschuk of Jones Lang LaSalle as exclusive leasing agents for Brookville Business Park, a six-warehouse complex totaling 475,336 square feet at 1345 Brookville Way.

-Pitney Bowes/Government Solutions renewed its lease for 161,133 square feet at 2800 Airwest Blvd., Plainfield. The tenant was represented by Andrew Morris of Summit Realty Group. The landlord, DCT Industrial Trust Inc., was represented by Jeremy Woods of Summit.

-Planet Fitness leased 14,055 square feet of retail space in the Shoppes at County Line, 8811 Hardegan St. The tenant was represented by Scot Courtney and Bart Jackson of Lee & Associates. The landlord, Gateway Arthur Inc., was represented by Robyn Smart of CB Richard Ellis.

-Feldco leased 9,480 square feet of industrial space at 8818 Corporation Drive. The tenant was represented by Kevin Vernick of Vernick & Associates. The landlord, Westminster Northeast LLC, was represented by Todd Vannatta and Bryan Miller of Cassidy Turley.

-Management Information Systems leased 4,808 square feet in Park 100, 5856 W. 74th St. The tenant was represented by Nick Arterburn of CB Richard Ellis. The landlord, Park Creek Venture, was represented by Glenn Davis of Duke Realty.

-Progressive Vision leased 4,410 square feet at Clearwater Crossing, 3800 E. 82nd St. The tenant was represented by Ryan Zickler of Zickler Associates LLC. The landlord, Broadbent Cos., was represented by Broadbent’s John Beuoy.

-Foot Euphoria leased 2,100 square feet at Castleton Plaza, 6300 E. 82nd St. The landlord, Broadbent Cos., was represented by Brian Broadbent. The tenant represented itself.

-Reith-Riley Construction leased 1,200 square feet at Lafayette Place Shopping Center, 3651 Commercial Drive. The landlord, Sandor Development Co., was represented by Sandor’s Jamison Downs and John Holloway. The tenant represented itself.

-Maxx Taxx leased 1,120 square feet at Eagledale Plaza, 2802 Lafayette Road. The landlord, Sandor Development Co., was represented by Sandor’s Jamison Downs and John Holloway. The tenant represented itself.

-EmbroidMe leased 1,100 square feet at Castleton Point, 5305 E. 82nd St. The tenant was represented by George Crawford of Meridian Real Estate. The landlord, Broadbent Cos., was represented by Broadbent’s John Beuoy.

-Solo Diagnostics renewed its lease for 280 square feet in Greenwood Oaks Business Centre, 500 S. Polk St., Greenwood. The tenant and landlord, Greenwood Oaks Investments LLC, were represented by Cathy Richards of Lee & Associates.

-Wise Brothers Inc. leased 210 square feet of office space in Greenwood Oaks Business Centre, 500 S. Polk St., Greenwood. The tenant and landlord, Greenwood Oaks Investments LLC, were represented by Cathy Richards of Lee & Associates.
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October 13, 2010

Dr. Maryellen E. Gusic is the new executive associate dean for educational affairs at the Indiana University School of Medicine. In that role, she will be responsible for the creation, coordination and implementation of all major education programs at Indiana's only medical school. Gusic most recently served as associate dean for clinical education at Penn State College of Medicine.

Dr. Luis Romero has joined the St. Vincent Physician Network in Zionsville as a family physician. He earned his medical degree in Colombia and was later chief resident at the Indiana University-Methodist Hospital Family Medicine Residency in Indianapolis.

The Indiana Health Care Association has hired Zach Cattell as general counsel and director of business and member services. Cattell comes to the nursing home trade group from the Baker & Daniels law firm. Before that, he was a lobbyist for the Indiana State Medical Association, the Indiana Academy of Family Physicians and the Indiana State Department of Health.

Indianapolis-based WellPoint Inc. appointed Lori Beer, its chief information officer, as executive vice president of a newly formed business unit called enterprise business services.

Indiana University appointed Dr. Craig Brater, dean of the IU School of Medicine, to the additional position of vice president of university clinical affairs. The extra  role will have Brater chair a committee of the deans of IU’s schools for medicine, dentistry, optometry and health sciences, as well as coordinate any clinical interactions IU has with its hospital partners: Clarian Health, Wishard Health Services and the Roudebush Veterans Affairs Medical Center.

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Heartland Film Festival

October 13, 2010

Oct. 14-23
Various locations

While the stars are in short supply again this year (what’s the deal with that, Hollywood?), there are plenty of worthy films among the 101 being screened at this year’s Heartland Film Festival. At IBJ, we’ve spent the last month screening many of this year’s offerings. Watching them at home isn’t quite the same as seeing them on the big screen, but we think we’ve identified some of the best. You can find reviews of those here, and I’ll be adding more at Lou Harry’s A&E, my IBJ blog, which you can find here.

For more details on all the Heartland Film Festival movies and special events, including showtimes, click here.
 

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Indianapolis Opera’s "The Mikado"

October 13, 2010

Oct. 15-17
Clowes Hall

Indianapolis Opera’s production of Gilbert & Sullivan’s comic operetta makes it into this season after being bumped from the last one. And anything with a character named Nanki-Poo already has a heads-up on funny, right? William Fabris, who directed the Opera’s popular “Pirates of Penzance,” returns to IO, as does the very busy baritone Robert Orth. Details here.
 

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Max Weinberg Big Band

October 13, 2010

Oct. 20
The Jazz Kitchen

The E-Street Band drummer, who found new audiences via his stint as bandleader for Conan O’Brien’s late, lamented show, takes on new challenges with a 15-piece band playing swinging, big band, instrumental jazz. (plus, of course, some Springsteen songs). Details here.
 

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"Nikon Small World: Exploring the Beauty of Science"

October 13, 2010

Oct. 15-Sept. 12
Indiana State Museum

Microscopic elements are biggie-sized in this touring exhibition featuring work from the camera company’s 35th annual competition. Details here.
 

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Also this week

October 13, 2010

Beef & Boards gets a jump on the holiday season with “White Christmas,” Oct. 14-Nov. 21 Details here.

Margot & the Nuclear So and So’s perform at the Vogue, Oct. 15. Details here.

Wayne Brady joins the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra for a pops weekend, Oct. 15-17. Details here.

Jennifer Lee Warren, from Broadway’s “Big River” and “Little Shop of Horrors,” performs “Broadway, Blues and Bassey,” Oct. 15-16 at the Cabaret at the Columbia Club. Details here.
 

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Sales/acquisitions

October 12, 2010
Clarke Engineering bought a 31,000-square-foot building at 9100 Fall View Drive, Fishers. The price wasn’t disclosed. The buyer was represented by Greg Folz and Michael Weishaar of Cassidy Turley. The seller, Wells Fargo Bank, was represented by Nick Svarczkopf and Dan Richardson of CB Richard Ellis.
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Leases/leasing contracts

October 12, 2010
-Halloween USA leased 28,222 square feet at Greenwood Point, 8000 S. U.S. Highway 31. The landlord, Broadbent Cos., was represented by Broadbent’s Jeff Roberts. The tenant represented itself.

-HCH Enterprises leased 7,850 square feet in Stony Creek Park, 15232 Herriman Blvd., Noblesville. The tenant and landlord, Herriman & Keeler, were represented by Herb Feldmann and Cindy Hoskinson of Lee & Associates.

-Wonderware North leased 5,499 square feet at 8770 Guion Road. The tenant was represented by Mike Napariu of REI Real Estate Services. The landlord, Fortune Park Associates, was represented by Scott Levinson of Urbahns Cos. Inc.

-Malcolm Prinie leased 4,986 square feet of office space at Castle Creek VI, 5975 N. Castle Creek Parkway. The tenant was represented by Emmett Purcell of USI Real Estate. The landlord, Blue Real Estate, was represented by Matt Langfeldt and Rich Forslund of NAI Olympia Partners.

-Guadalajara Bar and Grille leased 4,900 square feet at Washington Corner, 9900 E. Washington St. The landlord, Broadbent Cos., was represented by Broadbent’s Jeff Roberts. The tenant represented itself.

-Trustworthy Land Title renewed its lease for 3,953 square feet at Castle Creek VI, 5975 N. Castle Creek Parkway. The tenant was represented by Ralph Balber of Halakar Properties. The landlord, Blue Real Estate, was represented by Matt Langfeldt and Rich Forslund of NAI Olympia Partners.

-Yellow Book Sales and Distribution Co. Inc. leased 3,764 square feet at Crosspoint Plaza One, 10475 Crosspoint Blvd., Fishers. The tenant was represented by Patrick Chittenden and Aasif Bade of Ambrose Property Group. The landlord, Lexington Realty Trust, was represented by Matt Langfeldt and Rich Forslund of NAI Olympia Partners.

-Teppanyaki Boy leased 2,245 square feet at Avon Creek, 10022 U.S. Highway 36, Avon. The landlord, Sandor Development Co., was represented by Sandor’s Jamison Downs. The tenant represented itself.

-Trust Solutions leased 2,203 square feet at Castle Creek IV, 5875 N. Castle Creek Parkway. The landlord, Blue Real Estate, was represented by Matt Langfeldt and Rich Forslund of NAI Olympia Partners. The tenant represented itself.

-Future Electronics Corp. leased 1,316 square feet of office space at Castle Creek V, 5750 N. Castle Creek Parkway. The tenant was represented by Nicholas Svarczkopf of CB Richard Ellis. The landlord, Blue Real Estate, was represented by Matt Langfeldt and Rich Forslund of NAI Olympia Partners.

-Sign Factory leased 1,300 square feet at Castleton Point, 5305 E. 82nd St. The tenant was represented by Brad King of Colliers International. The landlord, Broadbent Cos., was represented by Broadbent’s John Beuoy.

-Josaline Alterations leased 1,050 square feet at Old Town Shoppes, 1202 W. 86th St. The tenant was represented by Kelli Membreno and Veronica Martinez of Libertad Real Estate. The landlord, Sandor Development Co., was represented by Sandor’s Jamison Downs and John Holloway.
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Housing

October 12, 2010
On a seasonally adjusted basis, the pace of mortgage loan activity decreased 0.2 percent for the week ended Oct. 1, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association. The rate for 30-year mortgages decreased to 4.25 from 4.38 the previous week. The rate for 15-year mortgages fell to 3.73 percent from 3.77 percent.
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Construction

October 12, 2010
-Shamrock Builders-Commercial has finished an 18,000-square-foot building for Laughlin’s Northwestern Mutual Life at 9759 Crosspoint Drive.

-Kort Builders has finished a 3,000-square-foot restaurant space for Dunkin Donuts at 5620 Michigan Road.

-Kort Builders has finished a 2,600-square-foot office space for Chyten Learning Center at 2454 E. 116th St., Carmel.
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Company news

October 6, 2010

For the fourth consecutive year, Clarian Health’s Methodist Hospital made the list of the top-five hospitals that are part of U.S. academic medical centers. The University HealthSystem Consortium based its rankings on its annual Quality and Accountability Study, which includes 98 academic medical centers around the country. The study examines hospitals on such issues as safety, timeliness, effectiveness, efficiency, equity and patient-centeredness. The other four hospitals honored this year were the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn.; the University of Utah Hospitals in Salt Lake City; the University Medical Center in Tuscon, Ariz.; and the Lehigh Valley Health Network in Allentown, Pa. Clarian Health is a joint venture of Methodist Hospital and the Indiana University School of Medicine.

Community Health Network will add three slots to its family medicine residency program and restructure the program’s curriculum around the medical home concept. The Indianapolis-based hospital system has received $2.4 million from three federal grants to fund the changes. Community will use $1.3 million over five years from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to develop the medical home concept, which attempts to let one family physician coordinate all the primary care needs of one patient, rather than having patients on their own go to numerous doctors for primary care. A second $960,000 grant will allow Community to expand yearly family residents from 21 to 24. The three extra slots will all be filled by doctors trained in osteopathic medicine. And a third grant of $213,000 will help Community buy needed equipment to support its program expansion. Community is the second local institution in a month to expand its family residency program. In late September, the Indiana University School of Medicine said it would use $1.9 million in stimulus funds to add two slots to its program in the Lafayette area.

Researchers at the University of Notre Dame and the University of Wyoming have genetically engineered silkworms to produce artificial spider silk in quantities large enough to be commercially viable. The researchers are working with Michigan-based Kraig Biocraft Laboratories to commercialize the technology for medical, industrial and consumer applications. Spider silk has significantly higher tensile strength and elasticity than natural silkworm fibers. Notre Dame researchers claim the silk produced by their genetically engineered silkworms have qualities much closer to spider silk. In the medical arena, researchers hope artifical spider silk could be used to make suture materials, wound-healing bandages, or natural scaffolds for tendon and ligament repair or replacement. They think the artifical spider silk also could be used to make bulletproof vests, strong and lightweight fabrics for athletic clothing and improved automobile airbags.

 

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October 6, 2010

Dr. John Cummings has been named medical director of neurosurgery for Community Health Network. Cummings, a neurosurgeon at Community for more than 20 years, did his training at the Indiana University School of Medicine.

The IU Medical Group added two internists. Dr. Rebecca Lindberg earned her medical degree at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston and completed her residency at the IU School of Medicine. Dr. Laura Nelson did her medical training and residency at the IU medical school.

Forethought Financial Group Inc. named Ronald Ziegler chief actuary. He will oversee product development, financial reporting, and risk management at the Indianapolis-based life insurance company. Prior to joining Forethought, Ziegler spent 22 years at Transamerica/AEGON Insurance Group.

Dr. Jeffrey Kellams was installed as the 137th president of the Indianapolis Medical Society on Tuesday. He is a professor of clinical psychiatry at the IU School of Medicine, chief of psychiatric services at Wishard Health Services and medical director of the Midtown Mental Health Center in Indianapolis.

Dr. Tracy Price has joined Central Indiana Cancer Centers, providing radiation oncology services at its Fishers, Greenfield and Greenwood locations. Price did her medical training at the IU School of Medicine.

Dr. Eriko Onishi has joined St. Vincent Hospice to lead its effort to set up electronic medical records for physicians. Dr. Onishi, a native of Japan, is an internist specializing in terminal cancer. She previously served as a hospice medical director in Columbus, Ind.

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"Andy Warhol Enterprises"

October 6, 2010

Oct. 10-Jan. 2
Indianapolis Museum of Art

The collision between art and consumerism is explored and celebrated in this exhibition featuring more than 150 of Andy Warhol’s works—plus archival materials.
But wait. There’s more. Ancillary events include an “Andy Warhol: TV Mastermind” discussion with filmmaker Vincent Fremont, the vice president of Andy Warhol Enterprises. There’s also a musical performance called “Most Beautiful … . Songs for Andy Warhol’s Screen Tests” featuring music ensemble Dean & Britta.

On Friday, the 8th, before the show formally opens, I’ll be moderating an IMA/PNC Art & Business Luncheon on art and commerce with panelists Keira Amstutz from the Indiana Humanities Council, Nuvo’s David Hoppe, Dave Lawrence from the Arts Council of Indianapolis, and David Johnson, president and CEO of BioCrossroads. Ideas for questions are welcome. Send them here. Details on all the Warhol activity here.
 

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"Art on Fire" and Iron Pour

October 6, 2010

Oct. 7-10
Indianapolis Art Center

     This weekend marks the Third Biennial Iron Casting Symposium at the Indianapolis Art Center. That’s an event whose workshops deal with the art of crafting cast-iron bells and iron masks, creating sand molds, and making ladles and tongs. But if you aren’t an artist yourself, the part you will probably be most interested in is “Art on Fire,” a free, Saturday evening pyrotechnics show. The event features a belly/fire dancer, an opportunity (for $15) to create your own iron piece, and more. Details here.
 

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Dance Kaleidoscope's "Mad for Musicals"

October 6, 2010

Oct. 7-16
Indiana Repertory Theatre
Choreographer David Hochoy offers his take on music from the Rodgers and Hammerstein era, while Nicholas Owens—who wasn’t born during the Rodgers and Hammerstein era—interprets songs from more recent Broadway shows, including “Hair” and “Rent.” It’s the season kickoff for Dance Kaleidoscope. Details here.
 

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"Polar Bears to Penguins"

October 6, 2010

Oct. 9-Jan. 2
Children’s Museum of Indianapolis

One of my favorite areas of the Indianapolis Zoo is the building where the polar bears and penguins live. This week, the Children’s Museum opens its own celebration of cold-weather creatures. The interactive exhibition isn’t just for animal lovers. The show also explores the scientific research being conducted in chilling climates. Details here.
 

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October 6, 2010

The Goo Goo Dolls perform Oct. 7 at Old National Centre’s Murat Theatre. Details here.

Comedian Louis C.K. takes over the Egyptian Room at Old National Centre on Oct. 7. Details here.

Storytelling Arts of Indiana and the Indiana Historical Society offer “Scary Stories for Families” on Oct. 8 and “Disquieting, Disturbing and Dreadful Tales” on Oct. 9 at the Indiana History Center. Details here.

Indiana authors Scott Russell Sanders, Ray Boomhower, and more are celebrated at the Indiana Author Fair and Indiana Authors Awards, Oct. 9 at the Central Library. Details here.

$3 Bill Comedy performs its latest sketch show, “Jerk-O-Lantern,” at the Wheeler Arts Center on Oct. 9. Details here.

The Eagles fly into Conseco Fieldhouse Oct. 12. Details here.
 

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  1. By Mr. Lee's own admission, he basically ran pro-bono ads on the billboard. Paying advertisers didn't want ads on a controversial, ugly billboard that turned off customers. At least one of Mr. Lee's free advertisers dropped out early because they found that Mr. Lee's advertising was having negative impact. So Mr. Lee is disingenous to say the city now owes him for lost revenue. Mr. Lee quickly realized his monstrosity had a dim future and is trying to get the city to bail him out. And that's why the billboard came down so quickly.

  2. Merchants Square is back. The small strip center to the south of 116th is 100% leased, McAlister’s is doing well in the outlot building. The former O’Charleys is leased but is going through permitting with the State and the town of Carmel. Mac Grill is closing all of their Indy locations (not just Merchants) and this will allow for a new restaurant concept to backfill both of their locations. As for the north side of 116th a new dinner movie theater and brewery is under construction to fill most of the vacancy left by Hobby Lobby and Old Navy.

  3. Yes it does have an ethics commission which enforce the law which prohibits 12 specific items. google it

  4. Thanks for reading and replying. If you want to see the differentiation for research, speaking and consulting, check out the spreadsheet I linked to at the bottom of the post; it is broken out exactly that way. I can only include so much detail in a blog post before it becomes something other than a blog post.

  5. 1. There is no allegation of corruption, Marty, to imply otherwise if false. 2. Is the "State Rule" a law? I suspect not. 3. Is Mr. Woodruff obligated via an employment agreement (contractual obligation) to not work with the engineering firm? 4. In many states a right to earn a living will trump non-competes and other contractual obligations, does Mr. Woodruff's personal right to earn a living trump any contractual obligations that might or might not be out there. 5. Lawyers in state government routinely go work for law firms they were formally working with in their regulatory actions. You can see a steady stream to firms like B&D from state government. It would be interesting for IBJ to do a review of current lawyers and find out how their past decisions affected the law firms clients. Since there is a buffer between regulated company and the regulator working for a law firm technically is not in violation of ethics but you have to wonder if decisions were made in favor of certain firms and quid pro quo jobs resulted. Start with the DOI in this review. Very interesting.

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