The latest legal scoop to keep you in the loop: Here are the top five stories from the IndyBar this month.Please note: IndyBar news and updates are provided as a member benefit. You may be prompted to log-in to view some articles.IndyBar Featured Program: Indiana Appellate InstituteBy Brent R. Borg, Church Church Hittle & Antrim
The IndyBar Appellate Practice Section created the Indiana Appellate Institute in 2010 as a resource for lawyers who have oral arguments scheduled before the Indiana Supreme Court or Indiana Court of Appeals. Read on to learn about one member’s experience, and find out how the institute can help you prepare for your next case.For more Appellate Practice Section news, subscribe to the content here!Indiana Supreme Court Changes Burden of Proof on Child Support Tax ExemptionsBy Richard A. Mann, Richard A. Mann PC
Prior to January 1, 2016, the Indiana Child Support Guidelines, case law and the Indiana Statute on granting of tax exemptions placed the burden of proof on different parties. Read this article to find out how that's changed.For more Family Law Section news, subscribe to this content here!Provider-Based Services Face Significant Legislative ChangeBy David E. Jose and Ashley N. Osak, Plews Shadley Racher & Braun LLP
On November 2, 2015, Congress enacted legislation through the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 that will have a significant impact on reimbursement for outpatient services provided at hospital off-campus sites.For more Health Care & Life Sciences Section news, subscribe to this content here!Consolidated Appropriations Act Makes Many "Tax Extenders" PermanentBy Derek C. Hamilton, Elser Financial Planning Inc.
For years, Congress has been in the habit of extending a number of tax benefits for a year or few at a time, leaving tax professionals and their clients to wait and wonder “will they or won’t they?” continue a particular tax benefit.For more Tax Section news, subscribe to this content here!New Report on Number of Women in Corporate BoardroomsBy Lucy Dollens, Quarles & Brady LLP
A recently released news report offers statistics regarding the numbers of women rising to corporate board positions. This article addresses the increase in women on corporate boards since 1997.
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