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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Marion County Clerk Relocates Records Department
According to The Indiana Lawyer, the records department of the Marion County clerk’s office is relocating from the sub-basement of the Indianapolis City-County Building to a consolidated records department at 1330 S. Madison Ave.
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Update on IDEM Undergroud Storage Tank Program Staff
By Thomas W. Baker, Hatchett & Hauck LLP
IDEM has recently undertaken changes to the organization and management of the Underground Storage Tank (UST) Program.
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Lawyers can write shorter, but it'll cost them
Noah Feldman writes in BloombergView about the looming reduction in word limits in the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure: It may not seem that significant to a civilian. But a rule-change that will lower the maximum length of appellate briefs from 14,000 words to 13,000 words, effective December 1, is getting plenty of pushback from the lawyers who specialize in federal appeals.
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Improving the Board Experience
What better advice can a lawyer give a client than the advice that keeps a client out of litigation? When it comes to Director & Officer litigation, an active and attentive board may avoid, and will certainly help defend, litigation.
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Calling All Teddy Bears
The holidays are fast approaching and we are in need of all the teddy bears/stuffed animals we can collect!
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