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Attention

DTCI is seeking ideas and authors for articles for Volume 7, No. 2 of the Indiana Civil Litigation Review. Submissions should be between 7,000 and 15,000 words. Deadline is October 15, 2010.

If you are interested in contributing an article for the Indiana Civil Litigation Review, or if you have any suggestions for topics that you would like to see covered, please contact Steve Pennell, editor-in-chief, at srp@stuartlaw.com.

Kudos

DTCI members and partners in the Indianapolis firm of Lewis Wagner, Robert F. Wagner, Thomas C. Hays, John C. Trimble, and Dina M. Cox, were recently selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2011) in the following fields:

Robert F. Wagner - Personal Injury Litigation

Thomas C. Hays - Alternative Dispute Resolution and Personal Injury Litigation

John C. Trimble – Insurance Law and Personal Injury Litigation

Dina M. Cox – Professional Malpractice Law

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