Center of it all: For many Indy law firms, downtown is still where it’s at
Whether they are downsizing their office in the post-pandemic era, holding steady or even expanding their space, downtown law firms say they have good reasons for wanting to remain in the heart of the city.Read More
Blurred lines: Study finds lawyers want more flexibility, but remote work creating imbalances
Earlier this month, Clio released its 2022 Legal Trends Report. What the study found is remote work “has brought new opportunities for flexibility, but has also contributed to the breakdown of work-life balance.”Read More
The issue of remote work remains an issue, but after more than a year of remote work, some answers have materialized, and now a number of other concerns have surfaced about the future of our profession.
The year 2023 marks the 36th time the National Center for State Courts has published its annual “Trends in State Courts” report.
A state employee working for one of Indiana’s executive branch agencies misreported 250 hours of work time, costing the agency more than $7,000 in overpaid wages, according to a report from the Office of the Inspector General published Friday .
Employees whose requests for work-from-home accommodations were previously denied as unreasonable pushed back after the pandemic, citing the ability to perform job functions at home as well as — or in some cases better than — in the office.
Let’s talk about virtual mediation, but first, let me give you a little backstory.