While most people consider their family members and funeral costs in estate planning, many overlook their babies who happen
to have four legs, a tail, feathers or even scales. A pet trust is a good solution.
Fledgling attorneys face a legal industry in defensive mode, resulting in drooping employment figures.
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
The city’s third-largest law firm is poised to tie the knot with Kentucky’s Greenebaum Doll & McDonald. But differences in the way the firms compensate partners are taking longer than expected to sort out.
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
A lot of people owe money these days, and some of the agencies hired to pursue them are resorting to old- school tactics to
collect. Things like calling at all hours, threatening to have debtors jailed or fired, or employing abusive language.
Eight former employees who say firings were racially motivated agree to $2.75M settlement from Lottery
The Hoosier Lottery has agreed to pay $2.75 million to settle a lawsuit filed by eight black former employees who claim racial
discrimination motivated their firing four years ago.
Carmel businessman Dan Laikin finds himself in the awkward spot of denying wrongdoing at the same time the three men accused
of conspiring with him in a stock-manipulation scheme are admitting guilt.
Harlan Bakeries recently filed a lawsuit against equipment vendor Doboy Inc., saying it provided faulty equipment to package Harlan’s cream-cheese-filled bagels.
Among defendants named in a Missouri lawsuit against investment firm Stifel Nicolaus and Co. is Stifel Managing Director Jeffrey
Cohen, who is based in the company’s Indianapolis