9/3 - "I Didn't Know That Was Misconduct!" (Indianapolis)

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Wednesday  September 3, 2014 

"I Didn't Know that was Misconduct!": Mistakes and Misconceptions in Managing Your Law Practice that Could Land You Before the Disciplinary Commission

Speakers:
G. Michael Witte, Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission

Date: Wednesday, September 3, 2014
Time (local time): noon - 1:00 pm

Credit hours: 1.0 Ethics CLE

Cost: 
No charge Young Lawyers Plus CLE Section members
$35 All other IndyBar Members
$70 Non-Members
$10 IndyBar Law Student Members

Location:  Indianapolis Bar Association - IndyBar Education Center
135 N. Pennsylvania Street, Suite 1500, Indianapolis, 46204

Provider:  Indianapolis Bar Association

Contact information:
Indianapolis Bar Association
317-269-2000
iba@indybar.org
www.indybar.org and click on events to register

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  1. Nice work, Courtney!

  2. The O'Banions also sued Ford claiming the Roush vehicle's throttle cable was defective and stuck, and did not present evidence or argue to the contrary at trial. The proceedings were delayed by an appeal on the admissibility of expert testimony in which O' Banions also joined with the Roush Estate.

  3. AP writes "The justices will hear the appeal of the Colorado baker that pits his claims of religious freedom against the rights of the same-sex couple who wanted a wedding cake to commemorate their marriage." HOW ABOUT IF THIS WERE THIS ISSUE: "The justices will hear the appeal of the Colorado Jewish videographer that pits his claims of religious freedom against the rights of the Holocaust deniers who wanted to hire his photography studio to shoot their documentary debunking the six-million-cremated-theory ..." Would anyone doubt that the Jewish fellow's rights triumphed? Or how about "The justices will hear the appeal of the Colorado black carpenter that pits his claims of religious freedom against the rights of a white supremacist who wants a gallows built on his property to stage the mock hanging of former president Obama." Hey, would anyone doubt that the Black fellow's rights to contract triumphed? BUT ... make the "villain" in the story Christian conservatives (insert two minute hate here) and the victims gay (so cute they are), and it is bar the door Katie, for Big Brother's judicial stormtroopers simply must weigh in to wash clean the minds of any who would DARE to dissent from the elists' mandated spiritus mundi.

  4. The voices of the prophets are more on blogs than subway walls these days, Dawn. Here is the voice of one calling out in the wilderness ... against a corrupted judiciary ... that remains corrupt a decade and a half later ... due to, so sadly, the acquiescence of good judges unwilling to shake the forest ... for fear that is not faith .. http://www.ogdenonpolitics.com/2013/09/prof-alan-dershowitz-on-indiana.html

  5. So I purchased a vehicle cash from the lot on West Washington in Feb 2017. Since then I found it the vehicle had been declared a total loss and had sat in a salvage yard due to fire. My title does not show any of that. I also have had to put thousands of dollars into repairs because it was not a solid vehicle like they stated. I need to find out how to contact the lawyers on this lawsuit.

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