In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

MARCH 30 – APRIL 12, 2011

Meet the two attorneys retiring in the U.S. Attorney's Office in the Southern District of Indiana. Learn more about possible revisions to the rules on agency lawyers. Notario public issues have surfaced again in Indiana.

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Notario publico issues surface again

Years ago, the Indiana Supreme Court made it clear what non-lawyers could and could not do related to immigration services. Crossing the line might be considered the unauthorized practice of law. Now, two people in Indiana are facing the consequences of doing exactly that.

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IBM litigation explores executive privilege issue

A Marion Superior judge has ordered Indiana state officials to turn over thousands of documents relating to the state’s cancellation of a welfare system modernization, ruling on an issue of first impression about whether a “deliberative processes” executive privilege exists in Indiana.

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Civil rights groups form partnership

Jeff Lorick, executive director of the Terre Haute Human Relations Commission, often receives complaints about unfair housing practices. But until recently, Lorick has had little power to make local landlords comply with fair housing laws.

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