On the Move - 9/15/10

IL Staff
September 15, 2010
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On The Move

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Charles E. Oswald Jr. of Bamberger Foreman Oswald & Hahn in Evansville is the Indiana Bar Foundation’s 2010 Legendary Lawyer honoree. Oswald, who just turned 88, has practiced for more than 50 years. His practice in real estate included minerals, leases,

real estate development and related corporate and business law, as well as local taxation.

New Associations
Jana Strain has joined Indianapolis firm Geiger Conrad & Head as of counsel. She practices in the areas of family law, civil litigation, civil and domestic mediation, and estate planning.

Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller has been appointed to co-chair the National Association of Attorneys General Consumer Protection Committee.

As co-chair, Zoeller will review the effect the newly passed Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act will have on state consumer protection laws. The committee works to improve the enforcement of consumer protection laws by state attorneys general and supports multi-state consumer protection enforcement efforts. Zoeller was appointed by North Carolina’s Attorney General Roy Cooper, president of the National Association of Attorneys General.

Kevin W. Betz of Betz & Associates in Indianapolis has successfully achieved board certification through the National Board of Trial Advocacy as a civil trial advocate. Achieving NBTA certification confirms that certified attorneys have exhibited a high standard of professional conduct.•


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  3. Should any attorney who argues against the abortion industry, or presents arguments based upon the Founders' concept of Higher Law, (like that marriage precedes the State) have to check in with the Judges and Lawyers Assistance Program for a mandatory mental health review? Some think so ... that could certainly cut down on cases such as this "cluttering up" the SCOTUS docket ... use JLAP to deny all uber conservative attorneys licenses and uber conservative representation will tank. If the ends justify the means, why not?

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