In This Issue of Indiana Lawyer

Sept. 23-Oct. 6, 2015

Now that Indianapolis' pay-to-play system that divvied judgeships between Democrats and Republicans has been ruled unconstitutional, it's up to the General Assembly to figure out how Marion County should select it's judges. Proposals to increase the state-imposed $1.25 million cap on damages in medical malpractice cases have some unlikely supporters: Indiana hospitals. Recently, Barnes & Thornburg and the Indiana Bar Foundation honored Shirley Shideler during a special reception at the firm's Indianapolis office to pay homage to her legacy and to recognize other women blazing trails in the legal field.

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Indianapolis Mass Ave. firm splits

Although the law firm of Price Waicukauski & Riley has split, the plaintiff’s lawyers, who have successfully handled complex litigation and large class actions, say the separation is amicable and their respective practices will continue.

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DTCI: Paralegal Service Project

The DTCI Paralegal Section is organizing support for a 10-member special operations detachment military troop currently stationed overseas. The troop’s biggest wish is for gift cards to pay for Internet service, which they must buy themselves.

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DTCI: Insurance Section Roundtable

Join the DTCI Insurance Section for a roundtable discussion with Judge Mark Smith of Hendricks County Superior Court and Judge Matthew Kincaid of Boone Superior Court at Tow Yard Brewing Company in Indianapolis at 3 p.m. on Sept. 24.

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