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Protecting Your Practice: Organizing as a limited liability entity under Indiana A&D Rule 27
Indiana LawyerMarch 9, 2016

Rule 27 requires insurance or dedicated funds in the amount of $50,000 per claim and $100,000 for all claims during the policy year, times the number of lawyers practicing in the firm, in excess of any deductible. Maintaining the required level of ...more »

The Death of Online Advertising: How Ad Blockers Will Change Law Firm Marketing
California LawyerMarch 9, 2016

Instead, many businesses—especially lawyers—have turned to online advertising with Google's AdWords supplanting the Yellow Pages as the most popular medium. AdWords is simple in theory: bid on a search query (such as “divorce lawyer”) and if your ad ...more »

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Attorney general warns of “quick fix” credit repair scams
WISH-TVMarch 3, 2016

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — If you are in debt or have a low credit score, Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller says there are scammers out there ready to take advantage of you. If you're looking to buy a home, a car or even applying for a new job, your ...more »

Family Law
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Why Postnuptial Agreements Are on the Rise
Wall Street JournalMarch 10, 2016

Postnuptial agreements are becoming more popular with wealthy couples. These agreements, unlike their better-known sibling, prenuptial agreements, are signed after the wedding—sometimes years later. Like prenups, postnups are contracts that primarily ...more »

Business Law
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FTC files false advertising lawsuit against VW
TechCrunchMarch 29, 2016

This morning, the Federal Trade Commission filed a lawsuit against Volkswagen Group of America, charging that it “deceived customers with the advertising campaign it used to promote its supposedly 'clean diesel' VWs and Audis,” according to the FTC ...more »

Labor & Employment Law
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Dennis Wideman's ban for cross-checking ref cut to 10 games
New York Daily NewsMarch 11, 2016

The first-ever NHL suspension reviewed by a neutral discipline arbitrator under the new collective bargaining agreement has resulted in James Oldham reducing commissioner Gary Bettman's decision on the Dennis Wideman appeal from 20 to 10 games.more »

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