Fathers Consent for Adoption Not Required…

April 15 2014

Case: In re Adoption of T.L. and T.L.; M.G. v. R.J. and E.J.  by Mike Kohlhaas, Bingham Greenebaum Doll HELD: Indiana Supreme Court holds that Father’s consent to adoption was not required where Father had an extended history of not paying any support for the children. HELD: Even though Father’s pro se “notice of appeal” was defective [...]

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Recent Developments in DUI Defense – May 2

April 15 2014

This year’s seminar is approved as a state sponsored seminar by the National College for DUI Defense Our annual seminar has become the most significant CLE seminar for Indiana’s DUI Defense Attorneys. This year’s program focuses inside and outside of the courtroom, with significant time reserved to discuss both the current BAC Datamaster as well [...]

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So What’s An Employer To Do In The Current Social Media Situation?

April 08 2014

How do you counsel a client whose employee is making questionable posts online concerning his/her job?  Advising employers these days involves staying on top of numerous evolving social media issues. Those specific challenges are met daily by Jan Michelsen, our faculty participant from Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, Indianapolis.  Jan has broad experience in [...]

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Planning Your Summer Vacation

Planning Your Summer Vacation

April 15 2014

In the newest Where’s Wilson 2-Part Series, our ICLEF travel expert, John Wilson explains how to plan for vacations. Planning Your Summer Vacation, Part 1 By John Wilson For me, there are three distinct parts to every vacation: planning, the event itself and for lack of a more discreet term, the afterglow. The afterglow is when you [...]

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