In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

NOV. 9-22, 2011

Get tips and ideas on how to fit working out and eating better into your crazy workday. The newest Indiana Supreme Court justice looks back on his rookie year on the bench. For new and seasoned attorneys,it can be easier to work together when you figure out how to bridge the generation gap.

Top StoriesBack to Top

Adding UPL to Indiana RICO statute

An Indiana Supreme Court case involving an estate planning “trust mill” has led to a policy discussion about whether certain types of unauthorized practice of law should rise above a misdemeanor crime and involve a racketeering component.

Read More

FocusBack to Top

OpinionBack to Top

In BriefBack to Top

OSHA postpones enforcement

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration previously announced it would begin enforcing fall protection plans for residential contractors as of Oct. 1 this year. However, on Sept. 29, Jeffry Carter, deputy commissioner of labor for Indiana OSHA, issued a memo that said federal OSHA administrators decided to push back enforcement to March 15, 2012.

Read More

Special SBack to Top

Disciplinary ActionsBack to Top

Bar AssociationsBack to Top