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Lawyers love to donate

Jennifer Mehalik
September 15, 2008
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Lawyers like to give money to campaigns. According to the Center for Responsive Politics , lawyers and the legal industry in Indiana are the second-leading industry in donations to political campaigns. In 2008, the legal community has donated nearly $1 million. Retirees...
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Legal changes post-Sept. 11

Jennifer Mehalik
September 11, 2008
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With today being the anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001, I couldn’t help but think about how our country has changed in seven years. I can’t speak for anyone but myself, but I realize now that we aren’t as isolated from the...
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Interim meetings antiquated

Jennifer Mehalik
September 10, 2008
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Now is the time of the year when the General Assembly’s interim study committees meet to discuss various issues that could become bills in the 2009 session. What strikes me about these meetings is how old-fashioned and time-consuming they are. If...
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Judicial Conference this week

Jennifer Mehalik
September 8, 2008
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From IL reporter Michael Hoskins:  It’s that time of year. The Judicial Conference of Indiana is holding its annual meeting this week in downtown Indianapolis, and the agenda  shows some interesting tidbits that will be covered at the three-day CLE-eligible conference....
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Attorneys in trouble for ads

Jennifer Mehalik
September 5, 2008
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Two Indianapolis attorneys received public reprimands for the use of “Legal Advertisement” and other phrases on brochures they give to prospective clients. After reading the opinion handed down by the Indiana Supreme Court yesterday, I’m confused about how the process of...
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Lawyers vs. non-lawyers

Jennifer Mehalik
September 4, 2008
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The race for the next president of the United States is Democrats vs. Republicans, but it’s also lawyers vs. non-lawyers. Both Democratic Sens. Barack Obama and Joe Biden have law degrees, whereas on the Republican side Sen. John McCain and Gov....
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Busy day at 7th Circuit

Jennifer Mehalik
September 3, 2008
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Seventeen opinions. That’s how many the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals released yesterday. When I first checked the court’s Web site to prepare our opinions list, there was the normal number of opinions – about four or five. Then, as Indiana...
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No jury duty for nursing moms

Jennifer Mehalik
September 2, 2008
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According to a recent article from the National Law Journal, more and more states have passed laws exempting nursing mothers from jury service. Indiana isn’t one of those states, although we have a new law in effect regarding nursing...
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