It’s not uncommon for South Bend attorney Frank Julian to be involved in an email discussion about an important case or legal issue on a Saturday or Sunday, but it’s not because his work keeps him chained to his desk all weekend. Instead, Julian often finds himself engaged in discussions with fellow members of the Indiana Trial Lawyers Association, the organization he has been tapped to lead in 2018.
On April 13, IP attorneys in private practice and corporate legal departments as well as law school professors convened to begin establishing the Indianapolis Intellectual Property American Inn of Court. The group aims to educate, mentor and build collegiality in the local IP bar.
After an admirable career of 18 years on the appellate bench, retiring Judge Michael P. Barnes addressed the new class of attorneys at the Indiana Supreme Court Admission Ceremony on May 15. Here are his remarks, which focused on truth, integrity and compassion.
The nominations for IndyBar’s 2019 Board of Directors are now open, and it’s up to you to help determine the future of your local bar association! Several positions, noted below, will be available in 2019.
Business Builder represents a tremendous value for Indy practitioners looking to gain clients and build their network—all crucial tools for attorneys at any point in their careers. There’s no better value out there!
Continuing in its support of solo and small firm attorneys, the IndyBar is pleased to launch its newest initiative, Practice Builder, a unique product that helps guide attorneys from start up to success.
The Indianapolis Bar Foundation Golf Committee invites everyone, especially those who may not golf, to join in the fun of the Summer Party at the annual golf outing! Last year’s inaugural Summer Party was such a success that it is back again for a second year. The Summer Party promises to be a day of fun in the sun.
Approximately five years ago, attorneys began requiring video recordings of their clients’ independent medical examinations. The burden this requirement placed on their opponents was immense since most doctors refused to be recorded. Because Trial Rule 35(A) is silent on the issue of video recordings, an increasing number of battles were being waged in the courtroom.