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Posted on: Oct 8, 2014
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The latest legal scoop to keep you in the loop: Here are the top five stories from the IndyBar this month.

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Second Annual Day of Service a Success
By Andrea L. Ciobanu, Ciobanu Law PC
Indy Attorneys Network Section members volunteered their time for the second Annual Day of Service on September 20. Find out more about what they did and check out pictures from the day in this post by Andrea Ciobanu.
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Indiana Supreme Court Reaffirms Separate Indiana Summary Judgment Standard
By Arend J. Abel, Cohen & Malad LLP
A unanimous Indiana Supreme Court decision has reaffirmed the Indiana summary judgment standard. Read more about the case in this piece by Arend J. Abel.
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WLD Volunteers: Making Meals and Making a Difference
By Roxana Bell, Bingham Greenbaum Doll LLP
Dozens of Women and the Law Division volunteers prepared meals for The Julian Center and Eskenazi EMBRACE Program's families on September 6 and September 9. Roxana Bell writes about the event and what participants did to help in this post.
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IP Attorney Deals in Digital Currency
IndyBar member Paul Overhauser is one of the only attorneys in the state to adopt Bitcoin into his legal practice, and a segment of his clients now pay using the digital currency. Find out more about how he's branching into the Bitcoin market in this spotlight article. 
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Confessions of a Mediator
By Megan Weddle, Stowers & Weddle PC
This post by Megan Weddle talks about the frustrations and triumphs of working as a mediator. She also gives advice on how to make mediation more effective.
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If you’re hanging out with people who aren’t lawyers, here’s something even they will find interesting: Apple's iOS 8 has sparked a battle between privacy and public interest, whether or not users realize it yet.


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