Opinion

Christensen/Laurin: Should lawyers report child abuse learned in representation?

July 27, 2016
When — if ever — is it appropriate for an attorney to report child abuse learned through client representation? The answer centers on the difference between confidentiality and privilege.
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Technology Untangled: Yes, they really are tracking your every move

July 27, 2016
Stephen Bour
In my last article, I alerted you to some of the issues involving email privacy and encryption. Today’s article will look at another area of concern regarding privacy: smartphone location tracking and activity logging.
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Schocke: The future of the Indiana Medical Malpractice Act

July 13, 2016

With the advent of the new medical malpractice caps, what will be the effect on the volume of malpractice claims? Moreover, will the cap alterations sufficiently protect the act from constitutional challenges?

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Larimore and Riddle: FDA loses a First Amendment challenge

July 13, 2016
Mary Nold Larimore and Nancy Menard Riddle recap exciting developments in drug and device law.
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BGBC: Avoiding potential pitfalls of payroll service providers

July 13, 2016
If you’re an attorney who provides advice to small businesses, it’s not uncommon for a new (or existing) business owner to ask your advice on which payroll service provider to use.
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Inside the Criminal Case: The exclusionary rule is on a losing streak

July 13, 2016
James Bell, K. Michael Gaerte
The latest defeat for the exclusionary rule came in the case of Utah v. Strieff.
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Living Fit: Sharon’s top 5 for getting and staying in shape

July 13, 2016
Sharon McGoff
People from all walks of life transform their health and bodies with one common denominator — they are consistent with the positive changes they make.
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Hammerle on... 'Free State of Jones,' 'The Legend of Tarzan'

July 13, 2016
Robert Hammerle
Bob Hammerle says don't be misled about "The Legend of Tarzan" by critics with a bad attitude.
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Adams: Setting standards for 'silver tsunami' preparedness

June 29, 2016
A popular topic in the media lately is the “silver tsunami” — the huge wave of baby boomers who will leave the workforce in the coming years and become eligible for the senior discount. The legal system needs to prepare today for the influx of issues that will wash ashore.
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Editorial: Modest proposal to state, IBM lawyers: Settle for nothing

June 29, 2016
IL Staff
Six years have passed since Indiana sued IBM over the failed $1 billion contract for the computer giant to modernize a punch-card-era system for determining welfare eligibility. After the contract was famously canceled, IBM blamed the state, the state blamed IBM, and they’ve been fighting in court since.
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Hammond: Loss of love and companionship: Tough love for minors

June 29, 2016
The situation: a single mother is killed in a crash leaving behind a young daughter. The defense attorney refuses to consider paying any damages to the young daughter beyond her 18th birthday, including for the loss of love, care and affection of her deceased mother. Can that be right?
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Cotterill: Commercial courts will enhance economic development

June 29, 2016
Indiana’s judiciary has been added to the long list of what makes Indiana so favorable a place to do business.
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Start Page: Clear your Outlook inbox, clear your mind

June 29, 2016
Seth Wilson
Unfortunately, leaving emails unprocessed in your inbox waiting for you drains your energy, causes you to procrastinate, and takes up mental capacity. Thankfully, there’s a better way to deal with email. It’s called getting to “Inbox Zero.”
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Hammerle on…'Finding Dory,' 'Weiner'

June 29, 2016
Robert Hammerle
Abandoned by my two grandchildren and Saudi foreign exchange student, I was forced to bite the bullet and go alone to see “Finding Dory.”
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Jerrells: Thoughts on the Ad Hoc Tax Court Task Force report

June 15, 2016
Though naysayers may decry the costs of adding a magistrate, two additional judges, or both, it would be a small cost to avoid justice delayed and, therefore, justice denied.
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Quick: Showcase your face in internet videos to attract new clients

June 15, 2016
More law firms are spending more of their marketing dollars on web-based online videos instead of traditional television advertising. Done right, this strategy can actually save you a ton of money and be more effective as you can really target your customers wherever they are.
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DTCI: Experience New England in the fall with defense colleagues

June 15, 2016
Renee Mortimer
My dear defense lawyer colleagues, it is time to plan to attend the Defense Research Institute 2016 Annual Meeting!
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Technology Untangled: Some thoughts on email security and encryption

June 15, 2016
Stephen Bour
Email security is about more than just keeping attachments secure until they reach the intended destination. There is also the concern about who may be looking at the body of your transmissions along the way.
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Hammerle on…'Me Before You,' 'Love & Friendship'

June 15, 2016
Robert Hammerle
Bob Hammerle says "Love & Friendship" defines why people like him love movies.
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Glenn: Estate planning for Florida snowbirds

June 1, 2016
Indiana attorneys are well-advised to have Florida counsel engaged in the planning of any strategies involving their snowbird clients’ Florida interests, and certainly in the preparation of any Florida estate planning documents.
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Munson: Lawyer. Hero. Human. All in a day’s work

June 1, 2016
As a new attorney, I was amazed at the power three little letters, E-S-Q, carried behind my name. Signing my title behind my name was akin to donning a superhero cape.
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Ira: Artificial intelligence raises questions, has great promise

June 1, 2016
New lawyers face a volatile future given the recent surge of technology capable of automating many tasks traditionally performed by lawyers.
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Column: Federal Trade Secrets Act signed into law

June 1, 2016
On May 11, President Barack Obama signed the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 into law, thereby creating, for the first time, a federal system of trade secrets law.
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Federal Bar Update: Southern District’s proposed local rule on court appointments

June 1, 2016
John Maley
As an active participant in drafting and review of the Local Rule, this author has observed first-hand the careful, thoughtful and patient consideration by the court of the clear need for more lawyers to take on more pro bono cases in the court, and the balance of limits on an individual lawyer’s time and resources to take on these cases.
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Plugged In: Untangling those unwanted emails from your inbox

June 1, 2016
Deanna Marquez
One of the most mismanaged items across businesses today is the email inbox.
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