In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

JUNE 14-27, 2017

Four lawyers and a businessman walk into a bar…and begin distilling, bottling and selling their own artisan liquor. The $25 million settlement in the case involving a wrongly prosecuted case is the larest payment of its kind in state history. Attorneys are encouraged to practice "active relaxtion" to better their mental health.

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Indiana joins ABA’s portal offering free legal advice

In recent months, the Indiana resource transitioned from being a stand-alone website that the Indiana Bar Foundation operated to becoming a part of the American Bar Association’s online portal, Currently, the bar foundation is reintroducing the website — — to attorneys around the state.

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Leading the way at ITLA

New Indiana Trial Lawyers Association President Dan Chamberlain recently answered some questions about himself and his plans for his year as president, which began in May with a passing of the gavel from Past President John Young.

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Ira: The future of cyber liability in Indiana

There is no shortage of headlines reporting on major data security breaches across the United States. It is no surprise that the wheels of justice have turned slowly in defining the scope and extent of liability for data security breaches.

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IndyBar: When Crowdfunding Works Best

At the highest level, I want to suggest that investment crowdfunding today has its best chance for success in: (1) real estate placements, and (2) in second round deals that have been successful in attracting venture capital or angel investment already in moving their capital advancement forward.

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