Law Firms


Lawyer’s Doxly aims to digitally organize and expedite legal transactions

October 5, 2016
Doxly Inc., founded in 2016, is a legal technology company that is designing a new software system to locate all transactional documents in one shared space.More.

Barnes & Thornburg malpractice suit prompts judge’s warning

October 19, 2016
Indiana’s largest law firm prevailed in defending a judgment in its favor in a legal malpractice suit, but an Indiana Court of Appeals judge took the opportunity to question whether lawyers should be able to shield themselves from liability for future acts of malpractice.More.

Getting down to the business of lawyering

October 19, 2016
Evansville attorney David G. Harris is such a fan of the Lawyerist that he was the main driver behind getting the Evansville Bar Association to invite the website's founder and editor-in-chief Sam Glover to speak. The Minneapolis attorney-writer will be in the southern Indiana city Oct. 27 to make a presentation about practicing law and lead attorneys through a four-step process to secure information on their laptops.More.

Lawyer’s breast cancer diagnosis inspires launch of solo practice

October 19, 2016
It was supposed to be a routine mammogram, just something Mary Foley Panszi had to do. But when she received a breast cancer diagnosis, her life and career changed.More.

Trend of in-house counsel doing more internally likely to continue

October 19, 2016
Since the Great Recession and possibly a little before, businesses have been relying less on outside counsel and using in-house attorneys more to work on legal matters. The main drivers behind the trend are companies’ desire to save money as well as to increase efficiencies in getting work done.More.
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