In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

DEC. 14-27, 2016

Greg Zoeller reflects on eight years as Indiana attorney general, and looks toward a private-sector future helping Hoosiers. An Asian-American band is fighting the trademark law's disparagement standard. An attorney's retirement means an Indianapolis Legal Aid Society's program helping elderly Hoosiers stay in their homes faces an uncertain future.

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Justices consider cellphone data in 4th Amendment case

Is the act of turning on a cellphone a voluntary agreement to share that data, or do consumers have a right to privacy of the location information collected from their personal devices? The justices of the Indiana Supreme Court heard legal arguments on both sides of that issue during oral arguments in a case on Dec. 8.

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Retirement of key attorney, funding cuts cloud Indianapolis Legal Aid Society effort

Retired corporate general counsel Orville Copsey created a program 19 years ago at Indianapolis Legal Aid Society designed to help older people who had been cited by the Marion County Public Health Department for living in unsafe and unsanitary conditions. But the initiative is now potentially facing its own crisis. Weber passed away unexpectedly in February and Copsey is retiring at the end of this month.

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LGBT equality a firm priority

Law firms have embraced equality for LGBT employees in their policies more than any other industry, and five firms with a significant presence in Indiana have earned top marks for inclusiveness, a new study reveals.

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Nguyen: IP lessons from China

Several years ago, China surpassed the United States in the number of trademark registrations issued per year. China has already become a very important stakeholder in the intellectual property area. This article provides a glimpse into how China has tackled the remedies in IP infringement.

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