In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

JULY 3-16, 2013

Fireworks attorneys help their clients navigate regulations and laws. Their knowledge of the industry also allows them to provide hands-on help by firing off displays for towns and events. Victims of Merrillville "nose doctor" Dr. Mark Weinberger will split a $55 million settlement after years of litigation. The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana is celebrating 60 years of defending constitutional rights.

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SCOTUS decides high-profile cases in term’s final weeks

The Supreme Court of the United States issued the final decisions of the 2012 term June 26. In addition to the Vance v. Ball State University ruling on the definition of “supervisor,” several of the decisions handed down during waning days of the term promise to have far-reaching impact.

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IndyBar: Have a Question? Just Ask a Lawyer!

It is no secret that the legal profession has been increasingly focused on community and pro bono services in the past few years. This emphasis has led many firms to recognize the pro bono efforts of their attorneys, with some firms enacting yearly pro bono hour requirements that count as credit toward an attorney’s billable hour requirement.

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