In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

OCT.27-NOV.9, 2010

Read why some judges want the law rewritten to remove restrictions on where they can carry a firearm. Meet the new Indiana State Bar Association president. See why some attorneys are in "uncharted waters" when it comes to medical malrpactice claims against one former doctor.

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Fashion and law intersect

As the fashion industry continues to grow in Indianapolis, an upcoming lecture about the intersection of fashion and the law just seems to make sense for the design community and the legal community.

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Ukrainian lawyers in Indiana

On their recent visit to Indiana, six delegates from the Ukraine in various legal roles learned how similar and different their legal system is compared to the justice system in the U.S. by visiting and observing it firsthand.

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Editorial: Ted Boehm not headed toward retirement

This was one retirement ceremony we were not looking forward to attending, fearing that the gentleman stepping away from the bench would slip away from public life and live quietly with his family, indulging his interests outside the law, while working as a mediator at Van Winkle Baten Rimstidt and senior judging for the Indiana Court of Appeals.

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Courts consider foreclosure issues

To address recent news regarding foreclosures – including a handful of national banks putting holds on foreclosure proceedings regarding their lenders – participants in the foreclosure prevention efforts of the Indiana Supreme Court, including judges in pilot programs around the state for settlement conferences, held a conference call Oct. 19 to address these issues.

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IBF receives $100k; shares 2011 budget

Following the unexpected gift from the Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum’s governing board of $100,000 to the Indiana Bar Foundation on Oct. 15, leadership for IBF said it is unlikely the foundation will give all of that money to the pro bono districts.

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7th Circuit finds for energy plant

The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals today reversed a decision out of Indiana regarding a claim by the Environmental Protection Agency that Cinergy Corp. was wrong to modify its coal-burning plants without first obtaining a permit from the EPA.

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