William Boncosky spent seven years at the ExactTarget, a span when the firm’s employment grew from 14 to 500.
The state Supreme Court is considering changing Indiana’s rules governing advertising by attorneys.
Jack Swarbrick’s goal when he returned to Indiana nearly 30 years ago with a law degree from Stanford was to become involved
in the community, not be the person looking for the next Knute Rockne, Frank Leahy or Ara Parseghian.
Indianapolis-based Hansen & Horn Group Inc. is without legal representation after attorneys defending the troubled
home builder from a slew of lawsuits dropped it as a client.
Developer Lauth Group Inc. is sparing no expense on attorneys in the Chapter 11 reorganization of key subsidiaries. The company has hired two of the nation’s most prominent bankruptcy and restructuring specialists to handle the cases, and the bill for the first month easily will exceed $1 million.
Fed up with excessive fees, some clients have started demanding alternatives to the tried-and-true methods, such as “value-based
Only North and South Dakota, Tennessee and Wisconsin have smaller proportions of lawyers within their working populations.
Experts point to the state’s shrinking base of corporate HQs, the exodus of law school graduates, and a less litigious climate
Bose McKinney & Evans’ defense of an Evansville company in a high-stakes environmental-contamination lawsuit has degenerated
into a fiasco, with a federal judge sanctioning both the client Red Spot Paint & Varnish Co. and law firm and ordering
each to pay half the plaintiff’s
U.S. District Court Judge Larry J. McKinney is threatening to suspend counsel for Duke Energy, including its local attorneys,
from practicing in federal court after finding they misled Indianapolis jurors last May in a trial over air-pollution violations.
Milton Thompson, president and CEO of Grand Slam Cos., recently agreed to work with Indianapolis law firm SweetinBleeke and as vice president of corporate affairs for PinPoint Resources, an Indianapolis-based employment agency. Thompson previously worked with Barnes & Thornburg LLP for nearly three years. Thompson will continue to operate Grand Slam, a locally based sports […]
Attorney Irwin Levin stood in a courtroom years ago for a pretrial conference when a colleague began to ridicule a rival firm’s slogan. Overhearing the diatribe, the judge asked Levin whether his law office had a mantra. Without hesitation, he quipped: “We’re going to kick your ass.” The room erupted in laughter. While Levin, 51, might have answered in jest, the managing partner of Cohen & Malad LLP indeed has built a national reputation for bloodying the noses of large…