In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

FEB. 3-16, 2012

Indiana lawyers offer their insight on how attorneys can better serve clients by really listenening to them. Marion County judicial 'slating fees' are the subject of two inquiries. An Indianapolis attorney sees the Super Bowl as a moment to showcase inclusiveness.

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Lawyer sees Super Bowl as moment to showcase inclusiveness

Attorney Greg Fehribach is looking forward to Super Bowl XLVI, when thousands of visitors to Indianapolis will make their way through downtown, thanks in part to infrastructure he helped design. For Fehribach, who uses a wheelchair as a mobility aid, the hallmark of any great city is its ability to offer everyone the same experiences.

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Giving fee guidance

Indiana Supreme Court decisions on fee structures lack bright-line rules and have caused questions about practicality.

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15 apply to be Supreme Court justice

Fifteen people have applied to be the next Indiana Supreme Court justice, the high court announced Friday. They are vying to replace Chief Justice Randall T. Shepard, who will leave the bench March 4.

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Justices adopt repayment plan in UPL case

The Indiana Supreme Court has adopted a repayment plan for an Indianapolis company it found engaged in the unauthorized practice of law, ordering officials to reimburse the state bar association and former clients during the next six years.

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Deputy prosecutor receives public reprimand

A Hancock County deputy prosecutor has received a public reprimand from the Indiana Supreme Court for surrendering prosecutorial discretion and allowing a corporate check fraud victim to
dictate the terms of restitution as a pre-condition to a plea agreement.

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Chinn: A Few Words About Judicial Elections

This is a judicial election year, and in Marion County this year, we have 20 spots on the ballot for judges of the Marion Superior Court. More than half of the local judiciary in the State’s largest and busiest county is up for election. That fact alone makes the 2012 elections a big deal.

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IBA: Trivia Night Fun at Binkley’s

An actual “fun” fundraiser is coming up on Thursday, March 1 as the Indianapolis Bar Foundation hosts Trivia Night. Set for 5-8:00 p.m. at Binkley’s Kitchen and Bar, Trivia Night is a laid back evening to test your knowledge and hang out with friends.

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