In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

May 26-June 8, 2021

In this week's Indiana Lawyer, Olivia Covington explores the broad range of questions candidates for the Indiana Court of Appeals fielded during interviews this month. The issue also includes a story by Katie Stancombe on the surprise plunge in bankruptcy cases and how bankruptcy practitioners are adapting. You'll also find the list of 58 new lawyers admitted to practice in the state, and a feature by Marilyn Odendahl on what the new admittees are thankful for.

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Indiana Court Decisions – May 6-19, 2021

7th Circuit Court of Appeals May 10 Civil Plenary – Defamation/Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress Katherine Black v. Cherie Wrigley and Pamela Kerr 20-2656 A law school professor suing for defamation and intentional infliction of emotional distress could not convince the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals that the jury was wrong to reject her claims. […]

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IndyBar: Eric Buetens is Superhero of Pro Bono

By Kris Kazmierczak, Katz Korin Cunningham Eric Buetens is a retired Florida attorney transplanted to Indiana, but most would say based on the pro bono pace he keeps that he is not really retired. Remarkably, Eric logged a whopping 1,300 hours of pro bono services in 2020. His approach to providing free legal services is […]

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