Law Firms


Fee shifts an issue for court reporters

May 4, 2016
In certain situations, Tom Richardson will watch two attorneys in a deposition and will know one is going to get stuck with a bigger bill for the same service.More.

Lawyers scatter after century-old Carmel firm closes

May 27, 2016
A 100-year-old law firm in Hamilton County has dissolved, and a majority of its attorneys have launched new practices.More.

Deregulation touted for growth, innovation in legal profession

May 18, 2016
To revitalize the legal profession, an economist and Yale law student are calling for an end to the rules and regulations that require bar exam passage, prevent nonlawyers from practicing and prohibit anyone who does not hold a J.D. degree from owning law firms.More.

Keeping client relationships on track

May 18, 2016
As the Indianapolis Motor Speedway celebrates the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500, its legal partner has its own milestone with the track. It's one of several firms marking significant anniversaries this year.More.

Attorneys feel at home with virtual practices

May 18, 2016
Lawyers like Kenneth Riggins use virtual practices to reduce their overhead, while technology allows them to practice from anywhere. Many arrange to have access to office space they can use when they need it.More.
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  1. This program promises to be left of center since it's coming out of Columbia University. Thus the very favorable press treatment. Even though common sense reveals this program one which will promote the kind of "freedom" from which terrorists and drug traffickers most benefit. One can easily imagine the treatment it would be given if it was $60 M to fight for rights of conscience ... especially the rights of Christians to resist being forced to take part in actions against their beliefs. It would then be presented as a social evil. Indeed it would advance the faith against governments bent on promoting the opposite. As such, it would then be disdained (rather than celebrated) for encouaging that which the elites disdain. Journalists of T.I.L. ... Spin much?

  2. How about the insurance companies playing the waiting game with plaintiffs knowing that the bills are piling up causing the plaintiff pressure to agree to a low ball settlement? thats why the new funders on the block are altering their business practices to accommodate the low rates at the END of the case. Insurance lobbies are strong indeed. at least in Indiana. the info is clear here

  3. I am caught up in this nightmare and I cant get out. My daughter was removed from my home - she has been in psychiatric care at CCH for a year - now removed from my home under false allegations - examined at DCH - ER Dr. cleared her and sent her home with me but DCS agent circumvented Dr. Mom arrested spent 5 days in jail - suffered a stroke. DCS agent has lied - I need help please. please please this is an injustice and I believe it demands national attention.